Today’s Woman will feature a report from Stockholm, Sweden, on the presentation of the Olaf Palme prize to Parvin Ardalan, followed with a live interview via London Roya Kashefi, organizer of International Woman’s day festivities.

News & Views will have an exclusive live in studio interview with Christine Levinson, wife of missing former FBI agent Robert Levinson. She had recently traveled to Iran to learn of his whereabouts. The broadcast also has comprehensive day after coverage of the Mansour Osanloo Worldwide Action Day, and covers Iranian feminist Parvin Ardalan's sister accepting a major Swedish rights award, the Olaf Palme Prize, on her behalf Thursday after she was prevented by Tehran from attending the ceremony.

Roundtable will focus on Human Rights in Iran and the Parvin Ardalan Swedish award ceremony, with Mr. Erik Ullenhag,Secretary General of Swedish Liberal Party, live from Stockholm.

Late Edition reports on the Jerusalem school shooting, the Parvin Ardalan Olaf Palme award, and has a live interview with musician Nadee Salarpour to discuss her efforts to help LA based Iranian children maintain their Persian heritage.

Newstalk will discuss the following topics: Sec. State Rice's trip to the Middle East, President Bush- King Abdullah meeting, Adm. Mike Mullen trip to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, UN Sanctions, and trilateral talks between US, Iran, and Iraq. Guests include Babak Yektafar, Shayan Samii and Siamak Dehghanpour.