After 24 years, Scott Mills has left BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 5 Live to join the daytime schedule on BBC Radio 2. He previously hosted The Scott Mills Show live every Monday-Thursday 1pm-4pm as well as hosting the Official Chart every Friday. He also hosted Saturday mornings on BBC Radio 5 Live with Chris Stark.
Scott will be joining the BBC Radio 2 daytime schedule from 2pm - 4pm, taking over from Steve Wright.
In 2021 Scott launched his brand new podcast Pupdates with dog trainer Steve Mann. Scott's BBC Radio 1 show has created some of the most popular radio features ever, from Flirt Divert, Playground Insults and the world famous Innuendo Bingo.
Scott has been a regular host on BBC Radio 2 and has also fronted the hugely successful Official Strictly podcast and Eurovision Calling for BBC Sounds.
Scott also hosts the Eurovision semi-finals for BBC4. He most recently commentated on BBC One for HRH Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee.
Scott has also hosted The National Lottery and Points of View, appeared on shows such as Robot Wars, and has made ground-breaking documentaries including the World's Worst Place to be Gay.
In 2014 Scott appeared as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, the UK's biggest TV show. Over six weeks, Scott did the foxtrot, the tango, danced the samba, and dressed as a crab... Scott was an official ambassador for Team GB, showing his support for British athletes during the 2016 Rio Olympics. He is also a patron for the MS Society, Neuroblastoma UK and had trekked across Kenya's Kaizut desert for Comic Relief.