Scott Mills

DJ and MS Society Ambassador

Starting his career off on local radio in Hampshire in 1990, Scott was on The Early Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 1 within just a few years.
He currently hosts the award-winning "Scott Mills Show" (weekdays 1-4pm), popular features include "Real or No Real" and the hugely successful "Innuendo Bingo". 'Scott Mills Daily' is the third most popular BBC Radio podcast on iTunes - being beaten by The Archers and BBC News only.
He is a huge Eurovision fan and has hosted the BBC3 semi-final coverage since 2010 and has also broadcast coverage on the BBC's pop-up
Eurovision channel. Although, he did not choose Eurovision as his specialist subject when he appeared on Mastermind, but instead chose "Prisoner Cell Bock H”. Scott's broadcast career has seen him present Top of the Pops, The National Lottery Draws and more recently he co-hosted 1D day which saw him hold together 7 hours of livestream footage with the One Direction boys in LA.
In 2011 Scott fronted a one-off documentary for BBC3, "The World’s Worst Place to be Gay" which saw Scott travel to Uganda and investigate life for those who are persecuted for being gay and also spent time talking to those who were leading the hate campaign. The show won "Broadcast of the Year' in the 2011 Stonewall Awards.
2014 Scott had "the most fun" he'd ever had when he donned his dancing shoes and competed in BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing where remained in the competition for 6 weeks. He was asked to join the show's UK tour which saw him foxtrot and tango across the UK.
Scott is an MS Society Ambassador and also supports MIND. In 2011 he also trekked across the Kaisut desert for Comic Relief.

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