Today's Woman: The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. The show will discuss long-term effects of segregation with our in-studio guest sociologist Dr. Mashayekhi. Discussion will focus on the new gender sensitive car to be manufactured in Iran and gender segregation in Iran's parks.

News and Views:
US President and financial leaders from nations rich and poor pledged Saturday to intensify their efforts to unblock a frozen financial system before it does more damage. The International Monetary Fund met in Washington on Saturday to endorse a plan by rich countries to fight the global credit crisis. EU Leaders Meet to Work On Economic Rescue Deal. North Korea is expected to immediately resume work to disable its nuclear reactor after the United States removed the country from a list ofstates it claims sponsor terrorism. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has rejected criticism by his French counterpart that Russia has not fully complied with the cease-fire agreement with Georgia. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced on Sunday a government guarantee of all deposits being held in Australian financial institutions for the next three years. Our guest is Dr. Mehrdad Khansari, Political Analyst.

The First Two Days:
Our guest Esmail Khoi, Persian poet and author talks about his life and work.

Late Edition:
Top Story: US/ North Korea and India nuclear programs.

The show will discuss Iran and region’s latest events with Dr. Mehrdad Khansari, Dr. Sirous Amouzegar, and Dr. Ali Reza Haghighi.