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The presenter is hanging up her headphones after becoming a regular presenter of the show in 1987.
Another LBC presenter, James O'Brien, tweeted: "We got our station back."
Mark and Stuart Maconie's show was moved to weekend mornings at a time when he was still receiving treatment.
A piece in The Spectator claimed the presenter was not the right fit for the BBC Radio 4 programme.
"We’ve all dated white men who makes assumptions about you – they presume you love Bollywood dancing."
The broadcaster died following a short period of illness.
The guest has said she was left "humiliated" after appearing on the show.
Music has always been central to my life. From battle rapping in the playground, to signing a record deal or two, being on tour, then spending a few years as a publicist, I have always had a fascination for the industry and the mechanics of how an artist is discovered, nurtured and then released into the world...
The 80s was a wonderful era for music, as we played a real mix of musical genres, something missing in current radio. From the Jam to Iron Maiden, Madness to the Ramones, Shakin' Stevens to Erasure or Duran Duran to Wham, we played all genres of music. If it was good, it was good, simple as that. We were broadcasting not narrowcasting.