Twin Cities radio personality Jeff Dubay is returning to the air Monday night when he debuts a one-hour talk and interview webcast on The Tom Barnard Network. Lou Nanne is his scheduled guest tonight.

Dubay most recently was a co-host on 1500 AM radio with Judd Zulgad, but was let go by the station in January. His new podcast will air live from 8 to 9 p.m. weeknights. Barnard, the KQRS morning show host, also does a daily podcast with former Ch. 4 news anchor Don Shelby that airs frimn 3 to 5 p.m. daily.

In an e-mail, Dubay said: "Our hook is that the day is too busy for a three hour sports show, so we'll give you all you need in one hour."

A much-publicized drug arrest in 2008 cost Dubay his job at KFAN where he was co-host of a morning show with Paul Allen. Last year, Dubay told the Star Tribune's Kent Youngblood that he has been sober since March 2011.

“I get embarrassed when people make it seem like I’ve accomplished something great,” Dubay said at the time. “All I did was make a mess I’m trying to clean up."

More about the show is available on Dubay's website and on