Today’s Woman will discuss the way technology effects youth participation in the US presidential campaign. There will be a comparison on election participation amongst Iranian and American youth. Next, the show will discuss different approaches in helping adolescent girls cope with their emotions, featuring a house package on writing therapy for adolescent girls. The last segment will include an original package on the Iranian inflected dance studio "Born 2 Dance" and the founder, creative director, and instructor Azin Mahoozi. 

News and Views
will report that a senior adviser to Iran’s supreme leader indicated on Tuesday that Tehran could look favorably on the recent international offer put to it, describing the proposal as acceptable “in principle”.
A top Iranian official on Wednesday warned President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against "ruling the country with slogans", in the latest high-ranking warning over his provocative rhetoric. We will have an interview from inside Iran to add value to these reports. Ms Swedish Rana, a senior fellow at the World Policy institute, and former chief of the Conventional Arms Branch at the United Nations, will be live from NY. She will talk about the Iran/Pakistan/India energy deal. 

 Roundtable hosts Zhila Dafrtarian, and expert in the Farsi Language.  The topic will be about the evolution of Farsi as a language.

 Late Edition will update coverage of North Korea’s nuclear program.  There is also an original story about an Iranian setting up an international school in Spain, a review of the new film Hancock, and coverage of the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China.

 Newstalk features political analyst Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio. Topics include tension between Iran and Jordan, latest developments between Iran and IAEA, and the British designating the military wing of Hezbollah as a terrorist group.