Paul Gambaccini decided he did not want to present his radio show tomorrow, and in his absence, the BBC said they would change their programming schedules. In a statement, a BBC spokesperson said:
Paul Gambaccini has decided that, in light of today's media attention, he would rather not be on-air at present and we respect that decision.
Therefore, Paul will not be presenting on BBC Radio in coming weeks and replacement programmes for the period will be announced soon.
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