Scott Mills is one of Radio 1's longest-serving DJs, having started at the station at the age of 25 in 1998. In addition to hosting the drivetime show here (a slot he held for 12 years), he also hosts the National Lottery draws on BBC 1. Scott won a Sony Award for Music Radio Personality of the Year in 2010. In 2011 he presented a documentary for BBC 3 called The World's Worst Place to Be Gay and took part in a celebrity charity desert trek for Comic Relief. He took part in Let's Dance for Sport Relief with singer Olly Murs.