Today’s Woman will discuss recent comments made in Iran's Majles regarding gender relations including a phone interview with guest from Iran Mr. Mostafa Eghali, expert on the subjugation of women in Iran. The last segment will include a satirical look at politics with guest Mr. Ebrahim Nabavi, comedian based in Belgium.
News and Views updates on the arrest of Iranian/American journalist Roxana Saberi, who is now reported to be in Evin Prison. NaV also covers reports that President Obama has written Russian President Dmitry Medvedev offering to back off deploying a new missile system in Eastern Europe in return for help with Iran. There’s also coverage of reorts that the US Navy is investigating how an unauthorized user in Iran gained online access to blueprints and other information about a helicopter in President Obama's fleet.
From inside Iran there’s an interview regarding the state of Iran’s economy.
Roundtable hosts Mansour Farhang, the first Iranian envoy to the United Nations after the Islamic Revolution, who will discuss ways the Obama Administration is trying to reach out to Iran and options before the two countries.
Late Edition updates on Secretary of State’s trip to the Middle East. There’s also a story about using art to heal, the newest Armani fashions, the latest from the group Depeche mode, and a preview of the Broadway production of the musical Guys and Dolls
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London to discuss news of the day.