Today’s Woman: The show will begin with coverage of current events, focusing on issues related to women. Next, the show will be dedicated to voices from Iran featuring pre-recorded viewer phone calls, e-mails, and a blog segment on Barack Obama's US presidential election.

News and Views: In his first news conference since winning the presidency on Tuesday, President-elect Barack Obama said on Friday that the country is facing the greatest economic challenge in a lifetime and the nation is "going to have to act swiftly to resolve it."
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Friday that financial institutions established in the 1940s could not serve the purposes of the economic crises the world faces in 2008.
Brazil, Russia, India and China are unifying to demand a big role in negotiations aimed at creating a new global financial order and preventing another economic meltdown, Brazil's finance minister said on Friday.
Our guest is Dr. Bahman Aghaii Diba.

The First Two Days:  Our guest Mr. Majid Tafreshi, Persian historian from London will discuss Iran's sovereignty claim over three Persian Gulf islands, which has been disputed by some of the Arab states of the Gulf. 

Late Edition: Top Story: Barack Obama’s news conference
Our guest, Joseph Hovsepian, director and producer from California, will discuss his latest documentary “ A cry from Iran”


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