Today's Woman: The show will discuss issues relating to nutrition such as the importance of a light diet and exercise in regards to longevity, and problems associated with overeating. No guest.

News & Views: We will continue its coverage of Iran's conservative vetting body banning nearly one in every three potential candidates from standing in March 14 parliamentary elections. More than 2,000 reformers seeking democratic changes have been disqualified from running in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The broadcast also advances the story of the outcome of the Berlin P5+1 meeting re Iran sanctions. Iranian leaders vowed on Wednesday to press on with Tehran's disputed nuclear work regardless of any new U.N. sanctions, one day after world powers agreed the outline of a new resolution. We will cover reports that Iranian President Ahmadinejad has accepted an invitation to visit Baghdad, Iraq's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, a landmark trip that would make him the first leader of Iran to visit its former foe. Live report from the floor of the New York Stock Exhcange.

Rountable hosts author, writer and human rights activist Parviz Dastmalchi on the upcoming Parliamentary elections in Iran.

Late Edition reports on Turkey-Greek relations.

NewsTalk holds its weekly journalist roundtable with PNN editors Ebrahim Biparva, Behrouz Souresrafil and contributors Ahmad Rafat and Nazenin Ansari. Topics include reax to the UN Security Council resolution on Iran sanctions, the Iranian parliamentary elections and the crisis in Gaza.