Channel 1 (Iran)

کانال 1 (ایران)

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Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
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Channel 1 (Persian: شبکهٔ یک‎) is one of the 16 national television channels in Iran.

Channel 1 was the first national television channel in Iran, and is now the oldest Iranian television channel having been established in 1966. The channel is referred to by some as the National Channel, as most of IRIB''s television budget is set aside for this channel.

The channel has a wide range of programming such as children''s shows, dramas, major Iranian movies, and talk shows. The channel also has the most watched Iranian news broadcast, and televises the Friday prayers. Channel 1 also televised major sporting events until Channel 3 came along and attained the rights for those broadcasts, as well as a large number of viewers.

Popular programs
  • The English Bag (2000)
  • Madare sefr darajeh (2007)
  • Zire Tigh (2006)
  • Daei Jan Napoleon (1976)
  • Hezar Dastan (1987)
  • Imam Ali (1996)
  • Sar be Daran (1984)
  • Simorgh (1996)
  • Shelik e Nahaie
  • Fekr e Palid
  • Dar Cheshm e Bad (2009)
  • Yoosof e Payambar (2008–2009)
  • Laughing in the Wind
  • The Old Fox
  • Secret Army
  • Against the Wind
  • All Saints
  • Foyle''s War
  • Stingers
  • Police Rescue
  • Columbo
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IRIB Television Channels Domestic channels: International channels: Regional channels:
General News Sports Film Cultural/documentary Teleshopping
  • Channel 1
  • Channel 2
  • Channel 3
  • Channel 4
  • Channel 5 / Tehran TV
  • Varzesh
  • iFilm
  • Namayesh
  • Shoma
  • Mostanad
  • Baazaar
Persian language Arabic language Other languages
  • Al-Alam
  • Al-Kawthar
  • Sahar TV (multilingual)
  • HispanTV (Spanish)
  • Press TV (English)
Azerbaijani language
External links
  • Official website
  • Online live broadcasting
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