Today’s Woman:  The show will begin with coverage of current events, featuring a live report from PNN's Behnood Mokri reporting from the Iranian Society for Human Rights' conference in San Jose, California. The following segment will discuss, with our guest journalist Ms. Maryam Ansari from Germany, different points of views regarding the prohibition of wearing the veil in public spaces. Turkey's recent passage of a law that prohibits women from wearing the veil in public universities will be addressed. The last segment will show how to monitor blood pressure from home and discuss the importance of preventing heart attacks and/or strokes

News and Views: The latest on US vows again for diplomatic solutions to Iran’s nuclear program.   Nazy Biglary, VOA reporter in New York, interviews Ramsey Clark and Richard Murphy. Iraqi soldiers on Friday searched offices of radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr in the southern city of Amarah. Dr. Mehrdad Khansari from London is our guest

The First Two Days: Top Story:  The life and times of Fereydoun Farrokhzad.  Fereydoun Farrokhzad was a showman and singer. He was stabbed to death and was beheaded with a knife on 9th August 1992, at his home in Bonn, Germany, and was found three days later. He was living in exile since the Islamic Revolution in Iran. The murder has been treated as a work of the Iranian government, because of his anti-Islamic Republic remarks on his shows, which insulted mainly Khomeini and other leaders of the Islamic Republic. Our guest is Mirza Agha Asgari, the Persian writer, pen name: Mani

Late Edition:  Top Story  US State Department

NewsTalk:   The show will discuss Iran week in review with Dr. Mehran Barati, Dr. Ali Afshari, and Mr. Mashallah shams Abdolvaezin