THE podcast: 3-9 July 2014 issue review

July 3, 2014

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A Home Office investigation into universities’ London campuses, this week’s Times Higher Education Books section, and what happens when scholars pass on the baton of their unfinished works are all covered in our latest issue review.

Deputy news editor John Morgan, writer Matthew Reisz, and books editor Karen Shook join Chris Parr to discuss some of the highlights from this week’s THE.

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