Today's Woman discusses human rights and minority ethnic groups in Iran. An interview with Diane Allawi, the representative of International Bahai Community to the to the United Nations.

News & Views reports live from Annapolis where the international Middle East peace conference is opening. NaV will endeavor to report on the sentiment that Iran may be the “uninvited wildcard” in these talks, and offer commentary on the importance of Syria’s presence at the conference. Philip Wilcox, a retired diplomat long involved in Israeli/Palestine Peace Issues will be a live studio guest to discuss the Annapolis Mid East peace conference. He is the President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace, a Washington D.C.-based foundation devoted to fostering peace between Israelis and Palestinians. From inside Iran we will interview someone involved in today’s protest at Tehran’s Amir Kabir university, as well as interview a Kurd political activist regarding the latest news about political prisoners in Iran’s Kurdistan.

Roundtable hosts Salameh Namett, former Washington Bureau Chief of Al-Hayat International Arab Daily, to discuss the Annapolis Middle East peace conference.

NewsTalk hosts contributor Nasser Mohammadi and journalist Bahman Ahmir Husseini to discuss the Annapolis conference.

Late Edition reports on the Annapolis conference and its implications for U.S. foreign policy.