Today’s Woman will focus on women and the media with in-studio guest Ms. Fariba Davoudi Mohajer, journalist and activist based near Washington.

News and Views updates on the G20 meeting of world leaders in London, and will have live reports from the area. Michael O' Hanlon from the Brookings Institution joins to discuss the current Afghanistan conference and the future of Afghanistan and Iran’s role in the region. NaV also covers reports that the US is seeking a seat on the UN’s Human Rights Council, and offers the latest on Israeli politics. From inside Iran there’s an interview regarding the UN’s recent report on refugees inside, and from, Iran, as well as an interview regarding the possibility of another cleric entering the presidential race.

Shokooh Mirzadegi, author and advocate for preserving Iran's cultural and historical heritage, will join Roundtable to discuss Iran's annual tradition of Sizdah Bedar (getting rid of thirteen) as the last day of Nouruz holiday. A phoner from Tehran will join the discussion.

Late Edition offers the latest from the G20 meeting in London. There’s also a report on an cell phone technology in Africa, an orchrestra composed of deaf performers, a new video game from India, a film about the dominance of the Internet, and a profile of rapper Flo Rida.

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