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On Fridays, the show is modified with more music, in the form of the two features The Wonder Years, which features a different track from each sequential year to the present day, and Ready for the Weekend?which is an hour of dance music and remixes of current chart music. On Fridays, he used to open the show by using another catchphrase "it's only bley Friday" which is usually shouted very loudly in an incoherent manner to a backing of a random piece of classical music.The 41-year-old DJ has laughed off the report, according to The Sun, and insists that his address was used without his consent.Setting up an account on the site doesn’t require email verification so this is possible.Radio 1’s Scott Mills has been caught up in an affairs website scandal after his email address was reportedly amongst those on a leaked list of users.Data taken from Ashley Madison – a dating site that specialises in hooking up married people who want to have a fling – was apparently published this week after hackers stole the information last month and Scott’s email is said to be amongst those listed.The Scott Mills Show, as it currently features, runs from 1 The assistant producer was Laura Sayers until April 2008 when assistant producer Rebecca Huxtable, usually called 'Beccy' or 'Wacky Beccy' on air took over, she left the show in January 2013 due to being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
He has presented high-profile programmes including the Wednesday night National Lottery draw on BBC 1 and his own pilot (featured on the radio show) of Reverse-a-Word.
At the time, you're just getting on with your life and you're doing the radio and just hanging out and you're like, whatever.
"But it was weirder when he came on to do the solo stuff and I started doing my Harry research, writing questions and stuff, and when I Googled him I was like, 'This is actually a thing!
In addition to his radio work, he has also appeared on various television shows, playing both as a character and as himself.
His main acting role was as reporter Paul Lang in the BBC medical drama Casualty, appearing in episodes in both 20.Scott is in a long-term relationship with boyfriend Brad and finds it ‘hilarious’ that his email is on the database.