Sadeq Saba

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Sadegh Saba (Persian: صادق صبا‎; born in Rasht, Iran ) is an Iranian journalist, who currently works as the BBC's Iranian affairs analyst. He has been involved in BBC Persian Television. In July 2009, he became head of the BBC Persian section.

Saba studied Law and Politics at the University of Tehran before obtaining a Ph.D. degree at the London School of Economics.[1] Saba joined BBC Persian Service as a producer in 1990. He was the BBC Iranian affairs analyst for over a decade prior to joining the BBC Persian television. He travels to Iran regularly and has covered three presidential elections and other major events in the country. Most recently, Sadeq traveled to Iran to present the television series A Taste of Iran.

He has previously appeared on The Daily Politics.

In February 2009, Saba presented a four-part series on the BBC World Service called A Taste of Iran.

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  1. ^ http://www.lse.ac.uk/middleEastCentre/Events/Arab-Iranian%20Relations%20Conference%20Programme.pdf