Anne Diamond was forced to apologise after the incident last month.
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He also said it's time 'move on' and 'not dwell on the past', when asked about the incident.
The show was at the centre of yet more controversy over the weekend.
'This is not pitchfork journalism here, that's not what we do.'
Minister apologises after Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman led backlash.
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It follows John Humphrys' controversial off-air comments about pay.
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'It’s not about being the best, it’s about doing your best.'
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Other stars earning more than £150k have also responded to the revelations.
Meanwhile BBC Radio 4 Today’s Justin Webb who earned at least £150,000, Tweeted this. His Today programme colleagues John
'You're a fantastic broadcaster.'