WSJ: Iran's Unlikely TV Hit, Show Sympathetic to Plight Of Jews During the Holocaust Draws Millions Each Week By FARNAZ FASSIHI
Every Monday night at 10 o'clock, Iranians by the millions tune into Channel One to watch the most expensive show ever aired on the Islamic republic's state-owned television. Its elaborate 1940s costumes and European locations are a far cry from the typical Iranian TV fare of scarf-clad women and gray-suited men. read more here.
Something more sober from NY Times: NY TIMES: Pentagon Studies Pre-Emptive Nuclear Strikes