Today’s Woman offers a story about Iranian/American comedian Tisa Hami, and will interview satirist Ibrahim Nabavi.

News and Views updates on the UN Racism Conference, and will have world reactions to President Ahmadinejad’s comments. Diane Ala'i, Human rights activist and the representative of Baha'iInternational Community to the United Nations, to talk about the Conference. The broadcast offers the latest on the case of journalist Roxana Saberi, with reaction from US Senators from her home state of North Dakota, and NaV continues it series on the Iranian Justice Ministry over the last 10 years.

Roundtable hosts Eli Lake, the National Security Correspondent of the /Washington Times, /who will appear on set to talk about the story he broke earlier in the week on the installation of an electronic surveillance system for Iran that some say can help the Iranian government target dissidents.

Late Edition updates on the UN Racism conference with a report from Ahmad Batebi. There’s also coverage of the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for drama, a story about sections of the Berlin Wall artwork that are being preserved, a music festival in Los Angeles, and a preview of the new film “Crank.”

Newstalk hosts Jamshid Faroughi in Bonn and Nasser Mohammedi in London to discuss news of the day.