Today’s Woman will be dedicated to voices from Iran featuring
pre-recorded viewer phone calls and e-mails. The last segment will
include a satirical look at politics with guest Mr. Ebrahim Nabavi,
comedian based in Brussels.
News and Views continues reports on US and world reaction to North Korea’s nuclear test. There’s also the latest news about the presidential election, and a report that Iran has reinstated access to Facebook. Dr. Mansour Farhang, Professor of International Relations at Bennington College and a former Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations. He will discuss Ahmadinejad's remarks ruling out "any talk with world powers on Tehran's nuclear drive" and expressing "his willingness to debate with President Obama."
Straight Talk hosts Georgetown University sociologist, Dr. Mehrdad Mashayekhi, who will be on set to discuss the upcoming elections in Iran.
Late Edition updates on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. Ahmad Batebi looks at “life through the lens,” there’s an update on Facebook access in Iran, a digital library in Korea, and Shakespeare performed in the UAE.
Newstalk hosts Dr Rob Sobhani in DC and Nasser Mohammedi in London to discuss news of the day.