Danny Baker says he has won his battle against cancer

Danny Baker
Image caption Baker won speech radio personality of the year at the Sony Radio Awards

The radio presenter Danny Baker has been given the all-clear after being treated for cancer.

The BBC London 94.9 and BBC Radio 5 presenter said on Twitter: "The call I have been waiting for just happened. Turns out I won. I'm all clear. I'm well again."

Baker, 53, returned to work in April after falling ill late last year.

Last month he picked up a Sony award for speech radio personality of the year.

After saying he had beaten cancer, he later tweeted: "I will be wearing this hat for the foreseeable future," attached with a photograph of him wearing a baseball cap with the word "Lucky" on it.

Baker received the cancer diagnosis last autumn and said in November he would be off-air while he received treatment.

His career has included TV work, including as a presenter on LWT's The Six O'Clock Show and his own BBC One show.

He was also a music journalist for New Musical Express.

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