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THE journalists discuss the week in HE including threats to academic freedom in Turkey, academic moonlighters and an unusual marriage proposal. Chris Parr is joined by reporter Rachael Pells, news editor Chris Havergal and books editor Matthew Reisz. 

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The UK government reshuffle, which saw Sam Gyimah appointed minister for universities and science; a new report showing the value of overseas students; and an Australian research centre focusing on the study of "Western civilisation" are among the topics discussed in this week's Times Higher Education podcast.

Chris Parr is joined by reporter Sophie Inge, acting deputy news editor Ellie Bothwell, and news editor Chris Havergal. 

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Reductions in the number of UK-led research programmes receiving European Union Funding, higher education in Hong Kong, research with a Christmassy theme, and the best articles of 2017 are all discussed in this week's THE issue review.

Chris Parr is joined by student editor Seeta Bhardwa, reporter Jack Grove, news editor Chris Havergal, and editor John Gill. 

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This week's Times Higher Education issue review podcast takes a look at recent developments in the row over the amount that UK university leaders get paid. We also look at what the THE World University Rankings data tell us about the "Asian challenger" universities that are consistently climbing the international university league tables.

Chris Parr is joined by reporter Ellie Bothwell, data editor Simon Baker, and news editor Chris Havergal.

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The dos and don'ts of research authorship, the chaotic state of higher education in South Africa, and the problems caused by one university's "biblically consistent curriculum" are all discussed in this week's Times Higher Education podcast.

Chris Parr is joined by reporters Holly Else, Ellie Bothwell and Jack Grove. 

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Sexual harassment in the academy, grant application success rates, an interview with David Lammy MP, and the Global University Employability Rankings 2017 are all discussed in this week's Times Higher Education issue review. 

Chris Parr is joined by editor John Gill, reporters Holly Else and Rachael Pells, and data editor Simon Baker. 

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The indigenisation of Canada's universities, footballer Gary Neville's new higher education institution, and the computer games bringing research to (virtual) life are all discussed in this week's podcast review.

Chris Parr, Ellie Bothwell, John Morgan and Matthew Reisz discuss the latest edition of Times Higher Education

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The pressure on universities to cut ties with Myanmar in the wake of the country's military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims, an in-depth interview with former Berkeley chancellor Nicholas Dirks, and the return of the Sorbonne are all discussed in this week's issue review podcast.

Chris Parr is joined by reporter Ellie Bothwell, editor John Gill, and deputy features editor Jack Grove.

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Predatory conferences, Jewish jokes and an interview with Nobel laureate Jeane Tirole feature in this week's Times Higher Education issue review podcast. 

Chris Parr is joined by reporters Jack Grove and Ellie Bothwell, and books editor Matthew Reisz. 

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The state of liberal arts education in the US, the future for EU scholars based at UK universities, and the role of US scholars in advocating for evidence-based government policy are all discussed in this week's issue review.

Chris Parr is joined by reporters Ellie Bothwell and Rachael Pells, and news editor Chris Havergal.

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