Today’s Woman discussed marketing of superstition to women during economically hard times with guest Dr. Homa Mahmoudi, psychologist based in Los Angeles.

News and Views updates on the P5+1 meeting in NY where Iran’s nuclear program and peace in the Middle East is being discussed. NaV covers today’s OPEC meeting in Algeria, and is joined by Dr. Mehdi Varzi, a former Iranian diplomat and a senior oil and energy consultant, specializing in OPEC and the international 0il market, to discuss the meetings as well Iran sanctions. The broadcast also follows reports that an Iranian American nuclear engineer has been charged and sentenced for taking software from the US’s largest nuclear power plant.
From inside Iran there’s an interview with two different activists to discuss “Student Day” the former President Mohammad Khatami’s trip to Tehran University and gave speeches. Some groups were not allowed to ask their questions from the former President, and some were not even allowed to enter.

Roundtable dedicates today’s program to viewer participation.

Late Edition covers today’s OPEC meeting in Algeria, and updates on how the Obama administration might deal with Afghanistan and Pakistan. There’s also the story of an America families’ ski trip to Iran, coverage of a recent LA Lakers/Washington Wizards basketball game, and a review of the new film Revolutionary Road.

Newstalk features political analysts Alireza Nourizadeh from London and Moshen Sazegara, in the DC studio to discuss news of the week.