Today’s Woman offers a phone interview with Mr. Abdolali Maddadzadeh,
father of a political activists from inside Iran. Next, the show will
discuss censorship in Iran and in parts of the United States including
phone interviews with two unnamed Iranian publishers. The last segment
will include a satirical look at politics with guest Mr. Ebrahim Nabavi,
comedian based in Belgium.
News and Views Edition reports on possible new talks between Iran and world powers about Iran’s nuclear program. NaV also covers reports than Iranian authorities will shortly give its verdict in the trial of imprisoned US/Iranian journalist Roxana Saberi. There’s coverage of the Obama administration’s new change in US/Cuba policy, and the latest on North Korea’s nuclear program.
Rountable hosts Michael Makovsky who will appear to discuss the goals of the Bipartisan Policy Center of which he is the executive director of its National Security Initative, and will discuss their recent publication “The Way Forward with Iran.”
Late Edition updates on the latest attacks by pirates off the coast of Somalia. There’s also a profile of immigrant taxi drivers in Dubai, a discussion of great photos of the week with Ahmad Batebi, and auction of Michael Jackson’s personal Items, a Buddist monk that sings pop music, and a preview of the new film explicit ills.
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London to discuss news of the day.