00:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

00:32

Documentary - Muslims in America

Documents the holy month of Ramadan in the US where people go to mosque more than other months and shows fasting in the US is not as easy as in Muslim countries since Muslims are religious minorities there.

01:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

01:32

British and… - British & Old

The elderly of Britain are generally physically and emotionally vulnerable to a variety of issues. The British government has been accused of not taking the elderly into consideration when making drastic changes to the system. Spending cuts and cuts to the public service sector have had a large impact on the elderly in Britain.

02:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

02:32

The Debate - Syria Advances

In this edition of The Debate, Press TV hosts discussions about the Syrian army's significant advances against Takfiri Daesh militants, mainly in Homs Province. Michael Lane, founder of American Institute for Foreign Policy in Washington, and Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor of Veterans Today from Atlanta, join discussions.

03:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

03:32

Iran - An Insider's View of the Country

The features in this program are: The Handicrafts of Najafabad by Golnar Farnudi, the medical benefits of leech by Fatemeh Masumi, and Qazvin’s Tasty Treats by Amir-Mehdi Kazemi.

04:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

04:32

Medium Items - On The News Line-294-U.S. SETBACK IN YEMEN & SPIKE IN CIVILIAN DEATHS

A US raid has killed five Yemeni civilians. A US led air strike in Syria’s Raqqah kills sixteen civilians. US Navy SEALs suffer injuries in Yemen raid. Air strikes on Daesh-held Mosul leave two hundred and thirty civilians dead, according to local media. Catherine Shakdam, Director, Shafaqna Institute for Middle Easter Studies Matt Florence, Activist and Political Commentator

04:45

True Image-Mahin Navidi,Yasaman Moayedi, Feriyal Mostoufi

Mahin Navidi is a makeup artist. Ferial Mostofi is the chairwoman of KDD group. Yasaman Moayyedi is an entrepreneur. Mahin Navidi with 40 years of experience is one of the best makeup artists in Iran. Ferial Mostoufi is a member of the board at Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Mines. Yasaman Moayedi is active in the humanitarian works.

05:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

05:32

Documentary - Muslims in America

Documents the holy month of Ramadan in the US where people go to mosque more than other months and shows fasting in the US is not as easy as in Muslim countries since Muslims are religious minorities there.

06:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

06:32

Iran Today - Iranians huge turnout in 2017 elections

This program is about Iranians huge turnout in 2017 elections. Iranian nation made history once again by participating in the presidential and city and village councils elections on May 19th. An over 70%-turnout in the 2017 elections made the headlines as 41.2 million people went to the ballot boxes and elected Hassan Rouhani as their 12 president. People of Iran said no to the Principlists; not only in the presidential election but also in the city and village councils' elections. All the members listed by the reformists made their ways into the councils. With a reformist president and reformist members in the city and village councils and with regard to the fact that in the parliamentary elections of 2016 all the 30 members of the reformist "list of hope" entered the parliament; we should wait and see how the reformists will handle the issues of the country.

07:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

07:34

The Big Conversation - What have we learned about Trum's foreign policy?- Manchester attack

In this edition of The Big Conversation, Press TV and callers from across the world discussed repeated terrorist attacks in the UK, and in another development, the Trump administration's foreign policy.

08:32

Documentary - Panama

This film is about Ngaba, an aboriginal group in Panama, and their protests against the destruction of the environment in their region.

09:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

09:33

The Debate - Syria Advances

In this edition of The Debate, Press TV hosts discussions about the Syrian army's significant advances against Takfiri Daesh militants, mainly in Homs Province. Michael Lane, founder of American Institute for Foreign Policy in Washington, and Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor of Veterans Today from Atlanta, join discussions.

10:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

10:32

British and… - British & Old

The elderly of Britain are generally physically and emotionally vulnerable to a variety of issues. The British government has been accused of not taking the elderly into consideration when making drastic changes to the system. Spending cuts and cuts to the public service sector have had a large impact on the elderly in Britain.

11:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

11:32

Documentary - Muslims in America

Documents the holy month of Ramadan in the US where people go to mosque more than other months and shows fasting in the US is not as easy as in Muslim countries since Muslims are religious minorities there.

12:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

12:32

Medium Items - On The News Line-295-TRUMP REPRIMANDS NATO MEMBERS & DEFIANT ISRAEL

 

12:47

Documentary - 10 Minutes

In his visit to Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump finalized the largest arms deal in US history. The US is the world's largest arms exporter, selling most of its weapons to countries with notorious rights records.

13:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

13:32

The Isle

"A new look at Britain and its national and international affairs. The journal style program examines highlights of British politics, economy and social events in a zipped 10 minute TV show."

13:45

Press Plus-The Crises of moral values in modern life

People in modern society are losing their moral values. As a result of which we are facing problems like corruption, unemployment, violence, terrorism and hatred. How is the modern life crumbling our moral values? There's an ongoing, cross-cultural debate on whether moral values are absolute or relative. Robert Dingwall, Consulting Sociologist, University of Aberdeen, UK

14:00

World News in Full

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14:32

Africa Today - What will happen to South Sudan's 2 million displaced children?

This edition of the program is about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in South Sudan. It’s about the displacement of 2 million children who are also suffering from malnutrition. It discusses who should take responsibility and concludes that both the rival factions in the country and international bodies are turning a blind eye to the crisis.

15:00

World News in Full

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15:32

A Simple Question - What is really going on in Venezuela?

On March 29 the Supreme Court of Venezuela dissolved the National Assembly. The partial reversal of this decision days later did not prevent the outbreak of a new wave of deadly protests in April. The death toll now stands at tens and is rising by the day. Both opposition and government supporters have been killed. Government offices have been looted and set aflame and government officials murdered. No end is in sight. Dan Glazebrook, Political Analyst Pablo Navarrete, Film-Maker and Journalist

16:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

16:32

Medium Items - On The News Line-295-TRUMP REPRIMANDS NATO MEMBERS & DEFIANT ISRAEL

 

16:47

Food For Thought-Living Together Working Together-Part 2

This edition of the program is about embracing diversity in society. It’s about having a clear understanding about common origin and common future while acknowledging diversity.

17:00

World News in Full

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17:32

Documentary - Muslims in America

Documents the holy month of Ramadan in the US where people go to mosque more than other months and shows fasting in the US is not as easy as in Muslim countries since Muslims are religious minorities there.

18:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

18:33

The Debate

"The Debate takes an in-depth look at the headlines, holding interviews with well-known guests from diverse backgrounds to get to the bottom of the story, all in a 25-minute format."

19:04

Documentary - The Price of Bread 1

A revealing film of how poverty in Europe is silently sneaking in the lives of some apparently rich Belgian families.

20:00

World News in Full

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20:32

Islam & Life - Ramadan

{\rtf1\ansi\deff0{\fonttbl{\f0\fnil\fcharset0 Tahoma;}} {\*\generator Msftedit 5.41.21.2510;}\viewkind4\uc1\pard\lang1033\f0\fs20 The approximation tells us Religions in the world of Islam the meaning "near the followers of Islamic religions with the each other and to access religious fraternities based on Islamic principles and commonalities in the faction and the existing Islamic between different societies. \par Ramadan is the month of Rahma (Mercy) and this can be seen where Muslims from all sects of Islam follow the Prophet Muhammad's practice of abstaining from drink and food during daylight hours accompanied by worship and good conduct. Social bonds are strengthened in an environment of self reflection, communal worship and charity.\par }

21:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

21:32

Documentary - Muslims in America

Documents the holy month of Ramadan in the US where people go to mosque more than other months and shows fasting in the US is not as easy as in Muslim countries since Muslims are religious minorities there.

22:00

World News in Full

"Monitoring and reflecting the pulse of our world, Press TV presents the global audience with outstanding coverage of world events."

22:32

Medium Items - On The News Line-295-TRUMP REPRIMANDS NATO MEMBERS & DEFIANT ISRAEL

 

22:48

Iran Today-Iranians huge turnout in 2017 elections

This program is about Iranians huge turnout in 2017 elections. Iranian nation made history once again by participating in the presidential and city and village councils elections on May 19th. An over 70%-turnout in the 2017 elections made the headlines as 41.2 million people went to the ballot boxes and elected Hassan Rouhani as their 12 president. People of Iran said no to the Principlists; not only in the presidential election but also in the city and village councils' elections. All the members listed by the reformists made their ways into the councils. With a reformist president and reformist members in the city and village councils and with regard to the fact that in the parliamentary elections of 2016 all the 30 members of the reformist "list of hope" entered the parliament; we should wait and see how the reformists will handle the issues of the country.

23:00

World News in Full

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23:32

Documentary - Currents of Life

This program interviews Isabelle Anne Watcher, a German lawyer and mother of three who has embraced Islam.

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