Question Time's Fiona Bruce and Desert Island Discs host Lauren Laverne were featured for the first time.
He told the crowd: "F*** Boris Johnson, f*** everything and there ain't nothing great about Britain."
A piece in The Spectator claimed the presenter was not the right fit for the BBC Radio 4 programme.
Lauren Laverne will continue to present the Radio 4 show "for the foreseeable future".
She'll be replaced by Lauren Laverne for most of the upcoming series.
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Mess, mess, and more mess - according to 'Parenting For Idiots'.
Danny Dyer, Jonathan Ross, Frankie Boyle, Freddie Flintoff and Sally Phillips have opened up about the state of their home
Lauren Laverne has opened up about her early career, crediting radio legend John Peel with giving her the encouragement needed
And so to last night's - the Oscars of the audio broadcasting world - where it seems 2013 marked something of a victory for the industry. Could it be that radio is finally acknowledging the power of woman?
think this tendency to borrow is a sign of confidence. This generation doesn't feel the need to violently react against the past. We don't feel the need to constantly do or say something new for the sake of it. Instead we can assimilate, play with and warp the past.
Foals are the latest band to take to the stage for BBC 6 Music Live, and we've got the livestream to come direct to you. WATCH
Plan B's chart-topping soundtrack to the film Ill Manors has been nominated for the 2012 Mercury Prize Album of the Year
War Horse has taken the world by storm. Originally a book written by children's laureate Michael Morpurgo, it's now the stageshow
BroadcastNow is reporting that 10 O'Clock Live - Channel 4's topical satire show starring Charlie Brooker, Jimmy Carr, Lauren
BBC Radio 6Music's Huey Morgan has launched into a Twitter rant this morning (May 15) following last night's Sony Radio Academy
Many of the acts who have featured on our bills have gone on to big things: when Mogwai played the 1996 Crawl, they weren't the post-rock darlings they later became; in 2007, Adele wasn't even dreaming of the success of 21; likewise, 2008's Florence and the Machine and Mumford and Sons are now mainstream acts in their own right.
Inspiration is a funny thing. Without it creativity is stifled, but it's tricky to pinpoint exactly where you'll find it
Charlie Brooker has written a poem about The Sun. Reading it out on last night's 10 O'Clock Live show on Channel 4, many