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He enlisted the help of Frisky & Mannish, as well as Chris and Beccy, and created "Scott Mills & His Pigs in Blankets - The Perfect Christmas Single (Frankinsensational)", which is available as a free download on the Radio 1 website. There was also a BBC Radio 1's Stories documentary made about the making of the song.Beginning January 2013, the Official Chart Update was incorporated into Mills' Wednesday show, running from -.
Scott and Chris share stories from their lives, prompting responses from listeners on text, Twitter and on the phone, with Scott often talking to listeners with similar experiences.Chappers returned "from the toilet" on Friday , for a guest appearance as a "90's Music Expert" and to advertise the World Cup on the BBC.Laura Sayers was the broadcast assistant, and then assistant producer of the show from 2004-2008, and was responsible for features such as 'Laura's Diary' and 'One Night with Laura'.This was initially cohosted with Jameela Jamil, and then Clara Amfo.In May 2014, Scott decided he wanted to get involved in the 2014 FIFA World Cup by making a football song better than the official World Cup song by Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte.Cara O'Brien took up the post of Producer and Chris Sawyer took up the Assistant Producer role.
Sawyer also reads out the 'Real or No Real' facts when Chris Smith is unavailable.
Mills continues to cover The Radio 1 Breakfast Show when Nick Grimshaw is absent.
For Christmas 2012, Scott and team set themselves a challenge to make the perfect Christmas single, onw that would stand the test of time and still be good in 20 years.
Beccy left the show on 18 January 2013 after being diagnosed with MS, however is still referenced and occasionally makes an on air appearance.
In February 2013, as a result of Dodd and Huxtable's departures, a change in the production team ensued.
Friday's show features some dance remixes of pop songs, preceded by Scott announcing that "you know I love a remix on a Friday! On 25 July 2008, a special edition of The Scott Mills Daily was broadcast live from Barry Island in South Wales as part of Radio 1's summer events.