Gary Lineker, a BBC football presenter, was taken off air following a critical tweet about the UK government's asylum policy.
This led to his colleagues walking out in solidarity, resulting in last week's Match of the Day being broadcast without commentary or presenters.
However, Lineker returned to present on Saturday for FA Cup coverage, whilst also addressing the previous week's events.
On Monday, the BBC announced that it would conduct an independent review of its social media guidelines for presenters and freelancers.
Gary Lineker, the BBC's highest-paid presenter, returned to his presenting duties last Saturday for the FA Cup coverage, having been taken off air following an impartiality row with the broadcaster.
Lineker was criticised after he tweeted his views on the government's new asylum policy, which caused his colleagues to walk out as a show of solidarity.
Alan Shearer spoke about the issue on Saturday evening, saying: "It was a really difficult situation for everyone concerned and through no fault of their own, some really great people in TV and in radio were put in an impossible situation and that wasn't fair.
" During the week, the BBC announced an independent review of its social media policies to include presenters, such as Lineker.
On Sunday, Lineker lost his voice and was unable to present coverage of Brighton v.
Grimsby Town, leading to a line up change.
Sources differ in their representation of events, with The Independent highlighting Lineker's slight lack of voice and his comment during the opening of the programme, "It's great to be here", whereas The Guardian focused on his return after the dispute that led to the resignation of the BBC chairman and director general, and Shearer's comment on being upset that audiences missed out on Match of the Day.
The BBC News and The Times of Israel discussed the independent review of social media guidelines for freelancers, such as Lineker, whilst The Telegraph focused more on Lineker's restraint in his on-air comments.