THE podcast: 27 March 2014 issue review

March 27, 2014

THE podcast:  March 2014 issue review

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The 2014-15 recurrent grant allocations by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, academics recalling their PhD supervisors, and one scholar’s escapades surfing in extreme environments are among the issues discussed in this week’s issue review.

Reporter Chris Parr is joined by editor John Gill, news editor Simon Baker, deputy news editor John Morgan, reporter David Matthews and writer Matthew Reisz.

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