Today's Woman: The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. The show will include a blog segment about environmental issues followed by a segment on viewer e-mails. The last segment will include an original package on the organization Washington Women Outdoors, acknowledging the way nature can benefit mental health.
News and Views: U.S. President George Bush says the fighting between Russia and Georgia in South Ossetia is a threat to peace across the region, and warns that Russia's bombing of targets outside the breakaway region is what he calls a "dangerous escalation" of the conflict. Countries and organizations from around the world are calling for an end to hostilities in Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia. Russia sent hundreds of tanks and troops into the separatist province of South Ossetia and bombed Georgian towns Saturday in a major escalation of the conflict that has left scores of civilians dead and wounded. The show will also reports on Olympics and the reactions it created in the world. Our guest is Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba
The First Two Days: Our guest, Professor Abbas Milani, will talk about his new book Eminent Persian. The Men and Women Who Made Modern Iran, 1941-1979)
Late Edition: The show will continue reviewing Corruption Series. Our guest is Mr. Reza Allame Zadeh, director of the movie Hotel Austria
NewsTalk: The show will discuss Iran in the past week, with Dr. Mehran Barati, Dr. Bahman Aghaii
Diba, Mr. Rashid Esmaili, Mohammad Ali Dadkhah, and Dr. Farhad Sabetan