THE podcast: 18-24 February 2016 issue review

The latest edition of Times Higher Education discussed by our editorial team

February 18, 2016
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This week we discuss how pension changes could leave academics £1,000 a year worse off, an academic’s journey from the University of Bradford to leading a university in Oman, and our latest book reviews.

David Matthews is joined by books editor Karen Shook and reporters Jack Grove and Chris Havergal.

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