Today’s Woman will include an interview with Ms. Akhtar Ghasemi,
journalist based in Cologne, on recent European exhibits and film
screenings. The following segment will feature two original packages on
the Hirshhorn Museum, specifically the "Strange Bodies" exhibit. The
last segment will include a phone interview on cultural invasions with
Ms. Shokoo Mirzadeghi, writer and researcher based in Denver.
News and Views reports on President Obama’s 100 day press conference, and discusses comments regarding Iran. There’s coverage of an American Enterprise Institute conference titled, "After the Ballot Box: US--Iranian Relations in an era of change, and an update of the growing swine flu epidemic. From inside Iran there’s an interview regarding an open letter from teachers criticizing the government.
Roundtable will host NYU professor Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, who has
spent over 25 years perfecting a computer model that he claims can
predict the outcome of virtually any international conflict, provided
the basic input is accurate. He will discuss three predictions having to
do with the future of Iran.
Late Edition covers the release of the US State Dept terrorism report. There’s also a look at a documentary about a “fixer,” solar power in Portugal, an auction of celebrity wax figures, and a profile of the singer Kerri Hilson.
Newstalk features its roundup of PNN journalists who will analyze news of the week.