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IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION SPECIALS

From Idaho To Iran

  • Aired: 01/19/2005
  • 56:58
  • Rating: TV-G
This special examines Iran's environmental movement in 2003, when producer Marcia Franklin traveled there for 6 weeks. It includes interviews with environmental leaders and then Vice President Massoumeth Ebtekar. It follows Iranian-American Azam Houle as she returns home after nearly 30 years, and includes an interview with Iranian Shirin Ebadi, the 1st Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Producer Marcia Franklin examines Iran's environmental movement and the culture of Iran.
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