Gary Lineker has confirmed he will be recording a second series of his podcast with Danny Baker just weeks after his pal's royal racism row.
The radio show host was sacked by the BBC following a tweet he posted back of a picture of two posh people and a chimp leaving hospital after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby was born in May .
Since then Baker, who later apologised, had been off the radio and the future of his podcast with Lineker called Behind Closed Doors was in doubt.
However the 61-year-old announced in June of his comeback to BBC Five Live with his own show, as well as a return to the podcast alongside Lineker.
The football pundit has been publicly vocal in his support of Baker following the racism allegations and had no intention of stopping his work with his pal.
Lineker shared on Twitter : "Breaking News: After the summer break, me [email protected] are recording an episode of our podcast tomorrow. All questions welcome, daft as you like."
Baker responded to the tweet with his own: "BUGLE BLAST! Here we go again. Another season of Baker & Lineker Behind Closed Doors. Let is remind ourselves of the subjects awaiting your email contributions. Pick your own tale to tell from the following… and brand new ones on the way.
Just three months after his sacking, Baker is set to revive his career by manning Five Live Saturday's morning show in the new year.
Announcing his return, Baker referred to a game played on his Five Live show about the sauce used on sausage sandwiches and said: “My own stand alone podcast, featuring all the old firm and even the Sausage Sandwich Game, will begin in the new year.
"Emails encouraged, calls taken, subjects bizarre. A twice a week meeting, we can rule the world," he wrote.
The tweet ended with the hashtag “#CandyManReturns” which is a reference to his radio nickname.
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