THE podcast: 16 January 2014 issue review

January 16, 2014

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The subjects that students have favoured (and forsaken) in the past 15 years, dishonesty in university prospectuses, and the problem of analysing big data feature in this week’s issue review - the 100th Times Higher Education podcast.

Chris Parr is joined by reporters Holly Else and David Matthews, writer Matthew Reisz and editor John Gill (and they also find time for a quick game of poker).

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