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."

00:31

Documentary - Down and Under 2

A glaring insight into the various layers of racism in Australia, a country that boasts its so called multicultural society.

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."

01:31

The Sun Will Rise - What Can Be Done To End The Blockade On Gaza?

This program asks “What can be done to end the blockade on Gaza?” Palestinians have suffered for over a decade under a crippling blockade in Gaza with Humanitarian disasters and economic collapse, number of strikes. The blockade has had a dire impact on Gaza's economy. Unemployment in the besieged territory stands at 45 percent, one of the highest rates in the world. Youth unemployment in Gaza is particularly worrying at 58 percent, according to the World Bank, while two-thirds of the population depends on humanitarian aid. There is virtually no industry in Gaza due to the blockade, with factories and key sectors such as construction forced to close down due to restrictions on the entry and exit of goods and materials.

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."

02:31

The Debate - Missing Saudi Journalist

Turkey has widened its investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi after his visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, searching a forest in the city. US president Donald Trump has said that “it certainly looks like Khashoggi is dead”. Meanwhile, British trade secretary, and the US Treasury secretary, joined key European countries in pulling out of a major investment forum in Saudi Arabia. Professor, American University of Cairo, Saeed Sadek (CAIRO) ANSWER Coalition, Richard Becker (SAN FRANCISCO)

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."

03:31

Pictures That Shake The World-Hindenburg Airship

Thursday May 3rd 1937, Hindenburg departed Frankfurt to Lakehurst, Manchester, New Jersey with 96 people on board. May 6th 1937, Hindenburg was only 246 meters away from its docking place in Manchester, New Jersey, but weather conditions were poor so, the continuation of the flight was delayed for several hours. But later when it continues its flight, people and journalists waiting for the airship witnessed a horrible accident. The airship had an accident and caught on fire. Murray Becker took pictures of the incident.

03:44

Documentary - Big Cities

 

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."

04:31

Iran-An Insider's View of the Country

A 10 minute biweekly program that explores Iran's past, present and future with exclusive reports.

04:47

Under Reported-Mafia Syndicate , Arabian Style

This report is about Mafia Syndicate, Arabian Style. Turkey has already concluded Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is killed by ‘murder’ team in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Turkish investigators believe a 15-member team “came from Saudi Arabia. This give us a good opportunity to revisit the mysterious cases of few other Saudi princes and dissidents who have been disappeared and raise the issue of How Saudis are acting like a Mafia internationally. The following points will be raised on this matter.

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."

05:31

Documentary - Down and Under 2

A glaring insight into the various layers of racism in Australia, a country that boasts its so called multicultural society.

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."

06:31

Iran Today - Controversies About FATF Regulations In Iran

This edition of the program is about the controversies surrounding the approving of FATF and its conventions – CFT and Palermo – by the Iranian parliament. It this show the opposing views are discussed and it will portray how the agreement, if finally approved by the Guardian Council, will affect decision-making in Iran.

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."

07:36

Documentary - The Do Gooders 1

This film explores the impact of decades of foreign aid on Palestinians and asks whether the West's acts of altruism are in fact helping to maintain the injustices of the status quo.

08:31

A Simple Question - US Sanctions on Venezuela

Venezuelan President Maduro says US-backed enemies of his country have launched an “economic war” on him. He also claims opposition leaders worked together in an effort to assassinate him and that they tried to overthrow him through violent street demonstrations. Despite pointing the finger of blame at US President Donald Trump, he still claimed he hoped to meet with Trump face to face. But in 2017 the White House responded to a similar request by saying such a meeting would only take place if the country returned to democracy. Diplomatic relations between Venezuela and the United States have been tense since the now dead socialist President Hugo Chavez came to power in 1999. Both Chavez and Maduro, his successor, have accused Washington of assassination attempts against them. Meanwhile, Trump has imposed financial sanctions on Venezuela and its state oil company. He has even imposed sanctions on President Maduro’s wife and several of his top allies to further increase pressure on the government.

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."

09:31

The Debate - Missing Saudi Journalist

Turkey has widened its investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi after his visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, searching a forest in the city. US president Donald Trump has said that “it certainly looks like Khashoggi is dead”. Meanwhile, British trade secretary, and the US Treasury secretary, joined key European countries in pulling out of a major investment forum in Saudi Arabia. Professor, American University of Cairo, Saeed Sadek (CAIRO) ANSWER Coalition, Richard Becker (SAN FRANCISCO)

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."

10:31

The Sun Will Rise - What Can Be Done To End The Blockade On Gaza?

This program asks “What can be done to end the blockade on Gaza?” Palestinians have suffered for over a decade under a crippling blockade in Gaza with Humanitarian disasters and economic collapse, number of strikes. The blockade has had a dire impact on Gaza's economy. Unemployment in the besieged territory stands at 45 percent, one of the highest rates in the world. Youth unemployment in Gaza is particularly worrying at 58 percent, according to the World Bank, while two-thirds of the population depends on humanitarian aid. There is virtually no industry in Gaza due to the blockade, with factories and key sectors such as construction forced to close down due to restrictions on the entry and exit of goods and materials.

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."

11:31

Documentary - Down and Under 2

A glaring insight into the various layers of racism in Australia, a country that boasts its so called multicultural society.

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."

12:31

Iran-An Insider's View of the Country

This program is about Abbas Abad Garden in Behshahr and silkworm industry in Iran.

12:46

Documentary - Big Cities

 

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."

13:31

Medium Items - The Isle-130-Terrorism Incorporated

The recent case of Khashoggi's abduction and alleged killing and bizarre UK establishment's silence over the case has once again brought back the issue of extreme UK's leniency towards the rogue regime. This program sheds light on the Saudi's leverages against Britain and how the regime is playing these cards to keep London on its side. Peter Ford, Former UK Ambassador for Syria

13:47

Press Plus-Online Dating – What's driving the popularity boom?

This program is about online dating. It talks about the advantages and disadvantages of it.

14:00

World News in Full

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

14:31

Africa Today - Melania Trump Wears “Colonizer” Hat To “sh*thole” African Countries

This edition of Africa Today reviews US First Lady Melania Trump’s recent visit to Africa and her main intentions. Tetteh Kofi, journalist, and Omowale Rupert, from the Pan-Afrikan Society Community Forum, discuss the visit from different angles.

15:00

World News in Full

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

15:31

Round the World with Reporters

A 25 minute program covering the dailyÿglobal reports of Press TV correspondents.

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."

16:31

We the People

A 25 minute magazine-style weekly program objectively exposing and exploringÿthe US public and governmentÿchallenges

17:00

World News in Full

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

17:31

Documentary - Down and Under 2

A glaring insight into the various layers of racism in Australia, a country that boasts its so called multicultural society.

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."

18:31

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."

19:06

Documentary - The Do Gooders 1

This film explores the impact of decades of foreign aid on Palestinians and asks whether the West's acts of altruism are in fact helping to maintain the injustices of the status quo.

19:31

Documentary - The Do Gooders 2

This film explores the impact of decades of foreign aid on Palestinians and asks whether the West's acts of altruism are in fact helping to maintain the injustices of the status quo.

20:00

World News in Full

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

20:31

Doc Review - GUN RUNNERS”

Gun Runners is a 2016 National Film Board of Canada documentary film directed by Anjali Nayar.  The documentary tells the story of two of the most notorious warriors in Northern Kenya who trade in their weapons to become professional runners. Told entirely by its central characters, through a mixture of film and animation, the narrative provides a glimpse into a society caught halfway between tradition and modernity, poverty and glory.

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."

21:31

Documentary - Down and Under 2

A glaring insight into the various layers of racism in Australia, a country that boasts its so called multicultural society.

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."

22:31

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.

23:00

World News in Full

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

23:31

Economic Divide - Has Oil Demand Peaked?

This edition of Economic Divide focuses on future demand for oil and alternative sources against the backdrop of geopolitical tensions.

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