Winifred Robinson, presenter for Radio 4 show You and Yours, was taken off air on Tuesday – a day after posting her views on the BBC and equal pay.
The consumer programme’s focus on Tuesday was the issue of gender pay following Carrie Gracie’s resignation as the BBC’s China editor.
The BBC confirmed it had replaced Robinson due to impartiality issues.
Gracie left her post, citing pay inequality with male international editors earning more than her.
Gracie’s resignation prompted an urgent question in the House of Commons on Tuesday over accusations of unfair pay at the BBC.
The new Culture Secretary Matthew Hancock, told MPs the BBC should “uphold and be a beacon for British values of fairness including equal pay for equal jobs”.
The BBC’s head of news, Fran Unsworth, said the issue of pay was a “priority.”
It is understood that Winifred Robinson was taken off air for Tuesday’s edition of the consumer affairs show only – and will resume presenting the programme according to the Radio 4 schedule.
Robinson is among many BBC workers who have tweeted their support for Gracie.
In another tweet, she described the situation involving Gracie as “a mess”.
In an open letter issued on Sunday, Gracie – who has been at the BBC for more than 30 years – accused the corporation of having a “secretive and illegal pay culture”.
She said she would return to her former post in the TV newsroom in London “where I expect to be paid equally”.
Ms Gracie told Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour the BBC had offered to raise her annual salary to £180,000, but she did not see that as a solution and there would still have been “a big gap between myself and my male peers”.
Due to the BBC’s impartiality rules, presenter Jane Garvey – who had also tweeted support for Ms Gracie – said she was unable to conduct the interview.
Instead, despite Ms Gracie being in the Woman’s Hour studio, the interview was carried out by freelance journalist Jane Martinson, from a separate location.