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"h" in French are never pronounced (and it's indeed a consonant), but there are two kinds of "h". The "h muet" and the "h aspiré". What changes is how the articles are used before the noun.
- "Le homard" = "The lobster"
- "L'homme" = "The man"
Have a look at these links to learn more about this :
If you're talking about the normal audio, it's not true, the audio is very good.
If you're talking about the slow audio, then I can't tell you, as I don't have access to it. Anyway, it's not here that it should be reported, use the report feature next time you come across this exercise.