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THE Podcasts and videos

THE podcast: 24-30 July 2014 issue review

24 Jul 2014

The row over pensions, the number of universities charging £9,000 tuition fees, grant application success rates, and academics in comic books are all up for discussion this week

THE podcast: 17-23 July 2014 issue review

17 Jul 2014

The cabinet reshuffle that sees Greg Clark replacing David Willetts as the minister for universities and science, the 2014 THE Summer Reads, and Anglo-Israeli academic collaboration are all up for discussion on this week’s issue review

THE podcast: 10-16 July 2014 issue review

10 Jul 2014

A ruling suggesting that universities may soon have to make public the salaries of high-earning academics and managers, how crowdsourcing is revolutionising the way research is funded, and the Liverpool Biennial are up for discussion this week

THE podcast: 3-9 July 2014 issue review

03 Jul 2014

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

THE podcast: 26 June - 2 July 2014 issue review

26 Jun 2014

The Home Office clampdown on student visas, unrealistic student employment expectations and the size of UK university endowments are all up for discussion in this week’s issue review

THE podcast: University of California, Berkeley

26 Jun 2014

Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and vice-chancellor for university relations Scott Biddy discuss California’s public university system, the forthcoming presidential election, and more

THE podcast: Asia University Rankings 2014 results

18 Jun 2014

In this podcast special, THE rankings editor Phil Baty discusses the results of the latest Asia University Rankings

THE books podcast: David Marquand interview

18 Jun 2014

Books editor Karen Shook speaks to political writer and historian, academic and former MP David Marquand

THE podcast: 12-18 June 2014 issue review

12 Jun 2014

What might independence mean for Scotland’s universities? And would you be happy lecturing at 9pm? These topics and more are up for discussion in this week’s issue review

Video: higher education and the 2015 general election

10 Jun 2014

Policy Exchange conference, in association with Times Higher Education

THE podcast: 5 June 2014 issue review

05 Jun 2014

The possible resignation of a journal’s editorial board, the US universities turning to private firms to recruit overseas students, and the UCU congress in Manchester last month are all up for discussion this week

THE podcast: 29 May 2014 issue review

29 May 2014

How much are universities spending on settling employment disputes? And is London becoming a university system in itself? These topics and more are discussed in this week’s issue review

THE podcast: 22 May 2014 issue review

22 May 2014

Are final salary pensions coming to an end? And will plans to simplify the approval process for research carried out within the NHS work? These are among the issues discussed this week

THE podcast: 15 May 2014 issue review

15 May 2014

The row between the UCU and universities that opted to dock staff pay, a decline in the amount of money pledged by donors to UK universities and more are all discussed this week

Video: Sir Patrick Stewart interview

09 May 2014

Sir Patrick Stewart speaks to Times Higher Education reporter Chris Parr about his real life position as chancellor of the University of Huddersfield and more

THE podcast: 8 May 2014 issue review

08 May 2014

Huge disparities in the levels of maternity pay at UK higher education institutions, ensuring graduates use their skills in the workplace and more are all up for discussion this week

THE podcast: Abubakar Rasheed interview

08 May 2014

Abubakar Rasheed, vice-chancellor of Bayero University Kano, talks to THE about an attack on his university campus that left 18 people, including three of his closest friends, dead

THE podcast: transnational education

07 May 2014 | Updated: 09 May 2014

The impact of transnational education on host countries is overwhelmingly positive, according to a major research project

THE podcast: 1 May 2014 issue review

01 May 2014

Speaking up for animal experimentation, low stipends for PhD students, calls for Australia’s demand-driven system to be extended and more in this week’s issue review

THE podcast: 100 Under 50 2014 rankings

30 Apr 2014

As Times Higher Education publishes the results of the 100 Under 50 2014 university rankings, Chris Parr talks to THE rankings editor Phil Baty about the results

THE podcast: The Young Universities Summit 2014

30 Apr 2014

Listen to reporter Chris Parr’s interviews with keynote speakers at the event in Miami

Going Global, Miami 2014: live video stream

29 Apr 2014

Watch selected sessions from the British Council’s annual conference, which will be streamed from 20.30 BST on 29 April 2014

Video: THE Young Universities Summit

29 Apr 2014

Watch all the keynote speeches from the inaugural Young Universities Summit in Miami

THE books podcast: Prue Shaw interview

29 Apr 2014

The eminent Dante scholar Prue Shaw discusses her book Reading Dante: From Here to Eternity, and makes a compelling case for the Divine Comedy’s power and enduring relevance

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