Aiming at explaining the penetration and extent of Persian literature in the world, "Persian with taste of sugar" a daily radio program has been aired on Radio Culture from October 7.
According to the public relation of the Saadi Foundation, the Radio Culture chief of Book Group announced that a radio program with the focus on interview with Persian learners interested in Persian literature and culture has been aired.
“During the program, we interview with Persian learners from different countries who have participated in the Saadi Foundation’s Persian Language and Literature Refresher courses,” the Radio Culture chief of Book Group Niloufar Zandian said.
“These Persian learners have studied Persian language in their home countries and participated in the short and long terms of Saadi Foundation’s Persian Language and Literature Refresher courses to improve their Persian language,” she added.
“The purpose of producing such a program is to explain the penetration and extent of Persian Literation in the world and to show that the lovers of Persian Language and Literature are not limited to the subcontinent of India, Central Asia and Afghanistan and many of the lovers are from Russia, Egypt, China, Japan and Europe who seek to learn and even conduct research in the field of Persian Language and Literature,” Zandian went on to say.
Persian learners and interested people abroad can hear this program via the Radio Culture website.