THE podcast: 22 August 2013 issue review

August 22, 2013

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The lack of female university vice-chancellors, Clearing 2013, and academics working late into the night and over weekends are all up for discussion in this week’s Times Higher Education issue review podcast.

Reporter Chris Parr is joined by editor John Gill, books editor Karen Shook, and reporters Elizabeth Gibney and Jack Grove to mull over some highlights from the latest edition.

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