The latest issue of The Economist features a selection of three essential articles, each read aloud in a podcast. In the first article, listeners will hear why Donald Trump is the greatest danger to the world in 2024. This article will run for a duration of 09:35.

Next, Bartleby’s column on work and management will explore the curse of a poorly run meeting, starting at 2:30 p.m. This segment will provide valuable insights into how to make meetings more efficient and productive.

Finally, listeners can learn how funding experiments can boost scientific innovation in a podcast that runs for 09:35. This episode will discuss the importance of funding and how it can help advance scientific research and development.

Listeners can sign up for a free trial of Economist Podcasts+ to access these latest episodes. Subscribers to The Economist already have full access to all shows as part of their subscription. More information about accessing Economist Podcasts+ is available on the FAQ page or in a video explaining how to connect your account.

For those interested in podcast transcripts, they are available upon request at [email protected]. The Economist is committed to improving accessibility and is exploring new ways to expand its offering of podcast transcripts.

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