Tuesday April 25th 2017

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Scott Mills at The Centre Page

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Mills began his career aged only 16, as a DJ on his local Hampshire commercial radio station Power FM, after barraging the station with demo tapes. He was given a chance to present a week worth of shows, and based on the success of this was immediately offered the 'graveyard slot' of 1:00 am – 6:00 am six nights a week, making him the youngest permanent presenter on mainstream commercial radio. His popularity led to a quick move to the coveted late afternoon 'drive time'.

Mills came out as gay to the press in 2001

Mills joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998 to present The Early Breakfast Show between the hours of 4am and 7am. In January 2004, Mills was moved to a weekend afternoon slot, which lasted only just over 6 months, as in July 2004, he moved over to the weekday early-evening slot, initially covering Sara Cox, who was on maternity leave, but when she did not return to the slot, taking it over as his own The Scott Mills Show. Mills also provides holiday cover for other slots including The Chris Moyles Show.

Scott Mills Profile

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Mills joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998 to present The Early Breakfast Show between the hours of 4am and 7am. In January 2004, Mills was moved to a weekend afternoon slot, which lasted only just over 6 months

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