Minister Simon Harris was critical of Hook’s comments.
It was judged that the Irish Times publication of a right to reply from Newstalk was “sufficient remedial action”.
The BAI has upheld a complaint filed over comments made by George Hook on-air on Newstalk.
Hook’s Saturday Sit-In will run from 8am till 10am every Saturday.
Hook has been suspended from Newstalk for three months now.
Hook also jokingly said he would box the texter in the face.
She said that she wanted to “address the elephant in the room” at the beginning of the new podcast.
The Denis O’Brien-owned Communicorp has had the ban in place since 5 October.
The former GP had temporarily taken over the lunchtime slot following Hook’s suspension.
Media outlets hold great power. The public interest requires that the use of such power be carefully regulated, writes Brendan Howlin.
The exclusion covers all Communicorp stations, not just Newstalk.
The new show will begin in December.
'One of the most gender blind people I've ever worked with': Ciara Kelly strongly defends George Hook
Hook was suspended on Friday following widespread condemnation of his comments about rape.
The veteran host has made controversial comments before – so why was this time different?
Let’s do better by victims of sexual crimes.
It follows widespread condemnation of his comments about rape on his lunchtime show on Friday.
Wickremasinghe said that her immediate reaction upon hearing Hook’s comments were that he “has gone too far”.
“Misogyny should never be normalised,” according to a draft letter signed by around 20 staff.
She expressed reservations about appearing on the station in a Facebook post yesterday.
Hook apologises for rape comments: 'It was wrong to suggest any blame could be attributed to victims'
Last week Hook asked “is there no blame now to the person who puts themselves in danger?”.
It’s reported a disciplinary investigation is to begin at Newstalk tomorrow.
The presenter’s remarks about the “personal responsibility” of rape victims were met with sustained criticism.
The BAI said that Hook’s approach to discussing the vaccine had satisfied its Code of Fairness, but “only in a barely minimal fashion”.
The unlikely crush that just won’t die.
As TV3 prepare to takeover the rights of the Six Nations at the end of this year’s tournament, Brent Pope speaks to The42 about his time on the RTÉ rugby panel.
Hook is moving to an earlier slot – and there’s an entire new breakfast lineup.
The announcement was made by the Cork-based startup, which launched in 2013.
A woman complained about a show in which he discussed Muslim students and also the New Years sex attacks in Germany.
The veteran broadcaster unleashed his idea for the page-turner last summer. He won’t let go of it, it seems.
Remember his mooted Dun Laoghaire run under the ‘Michael Collins Fine Gael’ banner?
The rugby league legend’s role will start at this summer’s tour to South Africa.
Hook says that the mail “gets to him”.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has released guidelines for broadcasters during next year’s election.
The Newstalk broadcaster and rugby analyst could run in Dún Laoghaire.
The boys are back in town.
Also featuring what can only be a further sneak peak at George Hook’s erotic novel.
Dublin station 98FM was found to be in breach of two sections of the BAI’s Code of Programme Standards in its edition of Dublin Talks broadcast on 1 April.
Kissing babies, kissing blondes, not eating pizza, and knitwear…