Today’s Woman will discuss the cultural practice of genital mutilation with our guest Ms. Fatima Osmani, professor of legal management in Irbil.

News and Views covers reports that the British Council has suspended its work in Tehran after its local staff were ordered to resign by the Iranian president's officials. NaV continues its lead up to the Revolution anniversary with coverage of Iran’s nuclear program, and a discussion with Dr. Abbas Milani of Stanford University to discuss the Islamic Republic over the last 3 decades. Dr. Taghizadeh, Professor of International Relations at Glascow University will join to examine the political aspects of the 5+1 meeting in Germany. The broadcast also continues coverage of the relationship between Iran and South America, and a wrap-up of envoy George Mitchell’s trip to the Middle East.

Roundtable dedicates this day is a dedicated to Viewer Participation.

Late Edition reports on the Obama administration’s approach to terrorism. There’s also coverage of Google’s new mapping technology, a story about if anyone really wears “catwalk” fashions, a cabaret in Morocco, and a preview of the Berlinale film festival.

Newstalk features its roundup of PNN journalists who will analyze news of the week.