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A 25 minute weekly program that explores Iran's past, present and future with exclusive reports.
|1||VideoScience and research festival in Tehran||Talented Iranian youths have come together for the Third National Festival and Competition of Science and Research projects called Salam Cup in Tehran. The festival has two main sections, namely scientific achievements and research competitions, which is all about knowledge, determination and passion. In the second episode, Benita Rahimi visits Meygoon Ice-Climbing School near the Iranian capital of Tehran, where kids of all ages, boys and girls, go to learn the rules and techniques of ice-climbing. Every day, many tourists from Tehran and other cities visit the Water and Fire Park, a great place to spend the day with one's family. The park has various recreational facilities such as silk bridges, a light house, cubby holes, stunning small lakes, alcove and many more. The most amazing thing about this park are the four fire towers that make a flaming fire as high as 6 to 8 meters, and throw the water that comes out of it with music. Reza Nayebi will show you around.The last episode introduces Gando, an Iranian crocodile with a short snout. Gando is an indigenous reptile living in grass and bushed areas of Chabahar. In this region, hills are inactive mud volcanoes spewing cold gray mud that can only be found in three other places in the world. This amazing phenomenon attracts many tourists to Chabahar. EP/HJL||10/3/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|2||VideoYarn art, animation and stones in Iran||This edition of Iran introduces Iranian artist Mohammad Taghi Jalili, discusses animation in Iran and the stone industry in the country.||3/3/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|3||VideoNational Museum of Iran||This edition of Iran covers: 1) National Museum of Iran 2) Maranjab Desert 3) Painter Alireza Asanloo 4) Ice Skating in IranNational Museum of Iran is one of the most distinguished museums in the world. It is the biggest archeological museum in Iran and therefore called Iran's Mother Museum. 300,000 pieces of Iran's precious artifacts are displayed there. One visit to the National Museum of Iran will give you an insight into our history of thousands of years. Reza Nayebi will tell you more.Maranjab Desert in Isfahan has an incredible diverse ecosystem which today is a popular tourist resort. Great sand dunes and beautiful landscapes are among the attracting nature of Maranjab Desert. Shahriar Azimi takes us to this outstanding and unique region of Iran.In the third episode, Hoda Lezgee introduces Alireza Asanloo who is a 39 year-old artist that has dedicated 15 years of his life painting portraits. His portraits are somehow beyond physical likeness as he tries to capture the spirit and the presence of his models, showing a part of models' inner life on the canvas and displaying the depth of his character.In the last feature, Pedram Khodadadi reports on Ice Skating in Iran which although is a new one after 35 years, but has lots of fans. We go to Aramis Ice-Skating Sport Center to find out more about this sport.||24/2/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|4||VideoFajr International Film Festival||This edition of Iran covers: 1) Fajr International Film Festival 2) Persian Carpet Designs 3) Iran's Iron Men Every year during the Ten Day Dawn celebrations that marks the ten days prior to the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Iran holds the Fajr International Film Festival. Out of numerous entries from prominent Iranian and foreign filmmakers, several movies are selected and put on screen during the event. Each of them competes in different cinematic categories. Gisoo Misha Ahmadi takes us to this year's Fajr International Film Festival and the winners who went home with the crystal phoenix. Iranians have been weaving carpets for ages. Some experts believe carpet weaving in Iran goes back 3500 years. In the second episode we learn about different patterns that are weaved into the Persian Carpet. It's quite interesting to know that these patterns are more diverse than what we usually think, from flowers, trees, spirals, vases, to geometric shape and panel motifs. Hoda Lezgee will tell you more.In the last feature, Reza Nayebi introduces Akbar Gholami, one of Iranian Iron Men. He lost one of his feet from stepping on a landmine and was shot on his left shoulder during the Iraqi imposed war on Iran. Gholami has mastered many different types of sports. He has been a champion in several different fields such as power lifting for the disabled, body building, wrestling, boxing and kick boxing.||17/2/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|5||VideoIslamic Revolution anniversary||This edition of Iran covers: 1) Islamic Revolution Anniversary 2) Fajr Theater Festival 3) Plant Pathology 4) Aspects of Iran: Chabahar ShoreThe day of Imam Khomeini's return to Iran on February 1, 1979 after a 15-year exile in Paris marks the beginning of the Ten Days of Dawn, which culminates with the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution on February 11. Gisoo Misha Ahmadi reports about the 35th anniversary of 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran.Since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, every year during the Ten Days of Dawn Iran holds greatest national and international cultural events like the Fajr International Theater Fesitval. Pedram Khodadadi will tell you more.In the third episode Amir Mehdi Kazemi visits Iran�s first emergency plant pathology (plant medicine) clinic which renders specialized clinical service for green houses that produce plants and flowers and also modern green spaces of luxury buildings.In the last feature, we travel to Chabahar Beach in southeastern Iran, which is a rocky coastal area with a beautiful landscape, especially during sunset.||10/2/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|6||VideoSkiing in Shemshak and Dizin||This edition of Iran covers: 1) Skiing in Shemshak & Dizin 2) Noosh Abad City 3) Fish Story||3/2/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|7||VideoArtists in Natanz||This edition of Iran covers: 1) Artists in Natanz 2) Natural photography 3) Iranian footwear 4) Sharif University||27/1/14||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|