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Int. TV To Webcast Iraq and Iran Interviews

TV Intl: Hostages in Iraq; Nuclear Iran; 'Reforms for women in Iran

See International TV English with Maryam Namazie

On http://www.anternasional.tv/english

Or International TV Farsi with Maryam Namazie

On http://www.newchannel.tv

Topics covered on Monday 27 September 2004 English programme are:

Kenneth Bigley and the hostages in Iraq; a nuclear Iran;

Reverses in ‘reforms’ on women’s status in Iran;

The ‘resistance’ and situation in Iraq

Maryam Namazie interviews Fariborz Pooya and Bahram Soroush on Kenneth Bigley and the hostages in Iraq; Ali Javadi on questions raised on a nuclear Iran; Sohaila Sharifi on reverses in ‘reforms’ on women’s status in Iran; and Issam Shukri on the ‘resistance’ and situation in Iraq.

The programme is broadcast via satellite TV every Monday from 8:30-9:30pm Tehran time (5:00-6:00pm London time) on Satellite: Telstar 12, Centre Frequency: 12608 MHz, Symbol Rate: 19279, FEC: 2/3, Polarization: Horizontal. You can also see the programme on its website throughout this week: http://www.anternasional.tv/english. TV International/English is a weekly hour-long news analysis and commentary programme that focuses on the Middle East and rights and freedoms from a progressive and Left standpoint. The programme also plays music selected by Mona Razani, the programme’s VJ.

Prior to the English programme, Maryam Namazie also hosts a half-an hour long Farsi programme as well as an hour and a half long Persian programme on Tuesdays from 8:00-9:30pm Tehran time (5:00-6:00pm London time) on Satellite: Telstar 12, Centre Frequency: 12608 MHz, Symbol Rate: 19279, FEC: 2/3, Polarization: Horizontal. You can also see the programme on its website throughout this week: http://www.newchannel.tv.

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