Today’s Woman: Discusses eye diseases with Dr. Bahram Rahmani, eye specialist.

News and Views: The latest on: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice saying that the United States does not have permanent enemies and is open to better relations with North Korea, Syria, and Iran; French President Sakrozy assuring Afghanistan of political and military Support; US Defense Secretary Gates saying that Al-Qaida is regrouping in Pakistan border area, Belgium releasing 14 terror suspects. Also, International Correspondent Nazzy Belgaris interviews Homayoun Ershadi, an actor in the new film "Kite Runner," live via telephone and Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba joins us on set in Washington.

Roundtable: Discusses the economic mismanagement of Ahmadi Nejad’s government with Mr. Kamran Dadkhah.

Late Edition: Top Story: US ELECTION PREVIEW: After listening for months to speeches and campaign promises, U.S. voters will get their first chance to weigh in on the 2008 presidential race on January 3rd in the Midwest state of Iowa. The Iowa caucuses kick off hotly contested nomination battles in both major parties in advance of the U.S. presidential election in November. We interview Zia Mojabi, Iranian American director and producer from Los Angeles on his documentary on Howard Baskerville, an American teacher who fought for freedom and liberty in Iran.

NewsTalk: NewsTalk hosts Dr. Mehran Barati from Berlin, Dr. Hassan Mansour from London, Mr. Ali Afshari in Washington, and Mr. Khalil Bahramian from Tehran. They will discuss Iran week in review (Iranian officials' reactions to nuclear fuel delivery by Russia, prospect of 5+1 new sanctions, Iranian Majlis election(Jannati's comment), Iran human rights wrap of the week).