Today’s Woman discusses adolescence and puberty with psychologist Mojgan
News and Views reports on Mottaki’s trip to Belgium where the status of negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program will be discussed, and comments by Secretary of State Clinton’s comments regarding Iran sanction. There’s also an update on the Taliban in Pakistan. NaV offers the latest on journalist Roxana Saberi’s case, as well as a report that two US journalists are being held on charges of espionage in North Korea. And guest Amb. Edward Djerejian, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel and Syria, will appear to discuss a Washington Post story: "Israel Puts Iran Issue Ahead of Palestinians."
Roundtable: Prof. Kazem Alamdari, a sociologist with California State University, will discuss the concept of velvet revolution as a conspiracy theory advanced by the leaders of the Islamic Republic. Lawyer Nemat Ahmadi will join the discussion by phone from Tehran.
Late Edition reports on a vigil at the US university that imprisoned journalist Roxana Saberi attended. There’s also a discussion about the Noor Film Festival with guest Siamak Ghahremani, a profile of singer Beyonce, a Coffee Shop story the technology website CNET, and another installment of Static.
Newstalk will discuss the week in US foreign policy.