THE podcast: 23 May 2013 issue review

May 23, 2013


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Brian Sewell’s cover feature on the edifying effect of studying art history, the implications of moving medical research and education budgets across Whitehall, and the value of obtaining a degree are all up for discussion on this week’s issue review. Reporter Chris Parr is joined by editor John Gill and reporters Elizabeth Gibney and David Matthews to chew over some of the highlights from the latest edition of Times Higher Education. Mr Sewell may even make a brief appearance…

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