THE podcast: 1 August 2013 issue review

August 1, 2013

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Variations in the number of hours students at different universities spend on their studies, the challenges of balancing a career in the academy with family life, and this week’s Books section are among the topics up for discussion in the Times Higher Education issue review podcast.

Reporter Chris Parr is joined by news editor Simon Baker, writers Matthew Reisz and David Matthews, and books editor Karen Shook to look at some of the highlights from this week’s edition of THE.

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