Today’s Woman was mostly devoted to answering viewers’ medical questions with regard to schizophrenia, pancreatic cancer and Hodgkin’s disease.

News & Views will start with a report on Iran's first nuclear plant starting operations on Wednesday after a long delay, according to nuclear officials in Russia, which is helping build the plant; report on Kuwait considering developing nuclear power with the help of a French firm to meet demand for electricity and water desalination; a phone interview with a Persian Gulf expert in the region on the implication of Kuwait seeking nuclear power for the region and Israel; an Inside Iran report will also look at the sale of Bank Mellat shares to public.

48 Hours
will discuss top Iran and regional news stories with journalist and commentator Alireza Nourizadeh.

Late Edition will report by on a meeting by Benjamin Netanyahu with his rival Tzipi Livni in a bid to cobble together a broad coalition in an effort to form Israel’s next government; a feature on Iranian artists Shirin Neshat; and on Oscars’ night a report on the top contenders in Hollywood.

Newstalk will host a panel discussion on the rising tension between Iran and neighbor Bahrain; Visiting former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder criticizing on Saturday Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for casting doubt over the Holocaust. Iranian authorities decision to intensify their crackdown on public dissent will also be discussed.