The broadcaster plans to bring back his BBC Radio 5 Live programme in podcast form after he was fired for 'stupid' royal baby tweet.
Baker was sacked from BBC Radio 5 Live for tweeting a joke about the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex's son.
Broadcaster Danny Baker told his audience: "When life deals you lemons, you chuck them at the people calling you racist."
After posting the tweet Mr Baker announced on Twitter that he 'just got fired' by the BBC.
He said the picture that got him sacked ‘was a genuine, naive and catastrophic mistake’.
A BBC spokesman said Baker was a "brilliant broadcaster" but the tweet was a "serious error in judgement."
Danny Baker returned to the airwaves for the first time since his furious on-air rant at the BBC in his Radio 5 live morning show on Saturday.
The opening of the Danny Baker Show was laced with several sarcastic, if restrained, barbs at the expense of the corporation.
"It feels odd (to be on air) after the maelstrom of the week," the broadcaster admitted.
Baker then announced he was axing the show's popular 'sausage sandwich' game.
"I'm going to cut it off while it's at its best, that's the way things are done these days," he remarked.
A stand-in replaced Baker for his BBC London show on Friday after he revealed in Thursday's broadcast that the show had been cancelled by "pinheaded weasels" at the BBC.