TV International English is a weekly half hour-long news analysis and commentary programme that focuses on Iran, the Middle East and political Islam from a Left and progressive standpoint. It is produced and hosted by Maryam Namazie.
TV International is broadcast Thursdays at 18.30 Tehran Time, 15.00 BST and repeated on Fridays at 20.00 Tehran Time, 16.30 BST and Saturdays at 9.00 Tehran Time, 5.30 BST.

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In the January 12, 2009 programme:
Maryam Namazie speaks to Fariborz Pooya and Bahram Soroush about the Israeli assault on Gaza
In the January 8, 2009 programme:
Maryam Namazie speaks to Fariborz Pooya and Hamid Taqvaee on the Israeli attack on Gaza, Ahmadinejad’s New Year address on Channel 4, imprisoned students and a letter from Farzad Kamangar on death row in Iran, and the Islamic regime of Iran’s Press TV.
In the Thursday 20 November 2008 programme:
Maryam Namazie raises the issue of apostasy by showing a clip of the October 10 conference 'Political Islam, Sharia Law and Civil Society.'
In the Thursday 13 November 2008 programme:
Maryam Namazie speaks with Fariborz Pooya on the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and addresses comments and criticisms raised about the CEMB.
In the Thursday 16 October 2008 programme:
In this week's programme, Fariborz Pooya interviews Hamid Taqvaee on the financial crisis.
Thursday 07 October 2008 programme:
Maryam Namazie speaks to Fariborz Pooya on the shameful meeting of CODEPINK and US peace groups with Ahmadinejad; the production of a special car for women in Iran (since all they really need to do is shop and drive their children around!?); and the controversy around the Jewel of Medina and children's status under Islamic rule.
Thursday 5 September 2008:
Maryam Namazie talks to Fariborz Pooya on Ahmadinejad's visit to the UN; is the human rights situation in Iran better than neighbouring countries? Shealso talks to him about two questions she has received on the status of women in Iran in comparison to women in the west and on how one can be a communist in this day and age.
In the Thursday 25 September 2008 programme:
What is the difference between Islam/political Islam and Muslims? Reza Moradi responds to that and other questions on his film, Fitna Remade. Can one oppose political Islam and US Militarism at the same time? Patty Debonitas responds on the Third Camp. Maryam Namazie also gives an update on the fight back against the Islamic regime of Iran’s misogynist Family Protection Bill, The pending execution of Farzad Kamangar in Iran and the imminent deportation of Hamid Shemshad from Canada.

In the August 21 programme:
Maryam Namazie discusses the veil - whether it is to be respected or opposed as a tool for restricting women and interviews Bahram Soroush on the Islamic regime of Iran’s misogynist ‘Family Protection Bill.’

In the August 13 programme:
Maryam Namazie talks to Bahram Soroush about the flogging sentences of four workers - 2 men and 2 women - for the ‘crime’ of celebrating May Day.
Get the latest update on the case and find out what you can do to stop the Islamic regime of Iran from carrying out the brutal sentences.You can also hear Maryam’s open letter against sexual apartheid and the need to disgrace and relegate it to the dustbins of history like racial apartheid.

In the 7 August 2008 Programme:
Maryam Namazie interviews Nazanin Afshin-Jam on the campaign to stop child executions, Bahram Soroush on the US-Iran crisis and Issam Shukri on his recent visit to Iraq
New Channel TV can be seen in the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa via Satellite Hot Bird 8, Centre Frequency: 12303 MHz, Symbol Rate: 27500, FEC: 3/4, Polarization: Vertical.

New Channel’s 24 hour TV station can also be accessed live via the internet site www.glwiz.com.

It broadcasts programmes in Farsi, Turkish, Arabic and Kurdish. Its English programmes currently comprise of TV International, Third Camp TV and Secular TV.