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Scott Mills Daily
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All of Scott’s show, without the music! Innuendo Bingo, prank calls, Chris’s stories, listeners’ dilemmas, Real Or No Real, stupid games: it’s all here for you, five days a week.
 
Daily chat, nonsense and extra fun after every Radio 1 Breakfast With Greg James.
 
Join Radio 1’s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.
 
A 5 minute mix from the world's hottest DJs and producers. Lots of tunes in a tiny space, as featured on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1. This download is only available in the UK
 
The best bits from Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show brought to you every week on a Friday featuring the funniest stuff and highlights from our big guests.
 
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Movies That Made Me
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The world's biggest movie stars talk through their best films, with Radio 1's film critic Ali Plumb.
 
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Scott is back and so is the podcast! It’s Bamboleyo Wednesday, Scott’s had the cheapest haircut ever and Claude from The Apprentice hates us and our perfume!
 
Day 3 of Festive Feeling brings a surprise for a grandmother in Neath, South Wales. Plus Greg speaks to Nick Knowles and gets his side of the story on the Biffy Clyro collaboration claim and we cross live to Downing Street for an update on…Porridge?
 
Adele was hiding in what she thought was a ‘bilberry’ bush as she attempt to surprise another special listener in Radio 1’s Festive Feeling - It was actually a blueberry bush. Plus, comedian Greg Davies was in the phone room speaking to callers who claim to have sold him a filing cabinet and a pair of swimming goggles.…
 
Greg has one last Harry Redknapp story time and catches up on Theresa May’s rubbish Christmas lights countdown. Plus Radio 1 launches its Festive Feeling with a big surprise for a very special listener, who thought he was getting a call from his nan.
 
Evangeline Lilly reveals how she became the first female lead in a Marvel superhero movie for Ant-Man and The Wasp, via her roles in Lost and The Hobbit movies.
 
For the first time ever two artists come together for a Mini Mix collaboration!
 
Ali and Ace chat about all the latest goings on in the world of film and TV including news on Kevin Hart, Game Of Thrones & Captain Marvel. Plus Ali’s verdict on Robert Redford’s The Old Man & A Gun and the weird but wonderful Sorry To Bother You.
 
Chris plays some highlights of his week with Alice Levine including a game of Wrong Number Right Answer (which he is a bit rubbish at) and some ads for fantasy Radio 1 Christmas Shows that we'd love to see actually happen. Plus, we get another chance to hear his Christmas Song from back in 2012.
 
Yesterday Greg mentioned that he’d had a dream that Tom Walker had done a Christmas advert with the baby shark song and overnight, Tom Walker brought the dream to life. Also, Annie is moving house tomorrow, and there’s still one space left in the van. We’ve had offers from Chris Stark and Baby Shark but more offers are coming in. Who will Annie ...…
 
The (deputy) Fact Controller finds out who Rich Uncle Pennybags is and Postman Pat is a rubbish postman! Do you watch TV and see someone doing your job all wrong? Plus we have another catch up with listener Annie who's moving house and needs a celebrity to help her.
 
Following the shock revelation that Harry Redknapp has never heard of Toy Story we find out what some of our listeners have never heard of.Plus, in the search for a celebrity to help listener Annie move house, Chris Stark has put himself forward and Greg catches up with Skip Lady (AKA ‘Non’) about her week since being made famous for standing i ...…
 
Listener Annie is moving house this Friday and Greg has agreed to help – but which celeb would be nice enough come along and help? Also we introduce the 1-2-3-5 Kid and a new game in which the answers could be Abacus, Bongos, Cat, Daffy Duck, Elephant and Flapjack.
 
Paul Rudd tells the story of how he became Marvel's miniature superhero in Ant-Man and The Wasp, through Friends, Anchorman and lots of dancing.
 
Australian producer Fisher encapsulates his own journey so far in the Mini Mix.
 
More behind the scenes action from the Scott Mills show. Chris catches up with the latest victim of Where Do You Think They Were? and shares highlights from the show including Chabuddy G vs Ellie Goulding.
 
Ali reviews Creed ll and Wreck-it Ralph: Ralph Breaks VR. Also Ali and Ace chat about all the latest TV, Movie and Gaming news.
 
Joe Lycett positioned himself in the Live Lounge with a mystery guest and we had some great and ridiculous guesses, including Kylie, the skip lady, Billy from DIY SOS and Jake the Snake. But who was the guest?
 
Listener Jake texted to say he slept through his alarm and was in danger of missing his flight to Dubai. The tension rose as Greg and the whole nation got behind him, but did he make it on time? Also we had a BBQ-related Storytime with Harry Redknapp and some listenerstold us their own Don’t Say It situations.…
 
The fact controller confirms the height of a penguin, listener Ben hears a strange sound on a plane and Greg adapts the Don’t Say It meme for radio and tries it out on Theresa May.
 
Jon Richardson manned Radio 1 phone lines and we found out Greg and him have a mutual love for Nick Knowles. Also Greg spoke to the woman who stands in skips to measure they’re size, and reviewed the success of Saturday night’s Strictly crowd fist pump!
 
Touching on Swordfish, The Prestige, Les Misérables and all of his X-Men films, including Logan, Hugh Jackman discusses his favourite movie moments with Ali Plumb.
 
Candaian legend A-Trak drops a Mini Mix dedicated to the Turntablists for Annie Mac
 
Join Radio 1’s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.
 
Chris speaks to florist Helen who reveals more funny messages people send with flowers and plays a trailer for an idea he had that was never broadcast - Chabuddy G: Planet Girth.
 
George Ezra was in the Live Lounge today and saw Scott & Chris do something quite rude. Also another listener gets the Where Do You Think They Were treatment, this one involving boats we find out what “millsing” means from a couple on their honeymoon.
 
Ben from Biffy Clyro clears up Nick Knowles’ claim that he’s gigged with them, Greg has a Strictly Come Pumping request and why is Comedian Chris Ramsey making jokes about Greg’s Aunty Pam?
 
Actual Lorraine Kelly came in to ‘Lorraine’ on Radio 1 listeners’ parades and she threatened to smack Greg’s bottom... we had another edition of Storytime with Harry Redknapp, and we heard about games you play that you haven’t said out loud before.
 
Jax Jones plays a game in which he has to guess whether a comment was made about his video or a saucy adult video. Plus we have another round of Funny Business and more song lyrics that NEVER happened!
 
Harry Redknapp is like that guy down the pub who tells all sorts of stories… He was telling some tales on I’m A Celeb so Greg popped them over some laddy music. The result was delightful. We also have another edition of Fact Controller with Dotty & Roisin and some Lorraine On Your Parade news (announced live on Lorraine!)…
 
It’s time for Rita Ora to get the Superfan Steve treatment, we do some market research on our new show Eau De Cologne, but Chris sabotages the exercise and Did Adele really set fire to the rain? We question more suspect lyrics in songs.
 
Louis Theroux pops in to give some non-judgemental advice to listeners, and we hear the incredible sound of him hitting a piñata full of cheese... Plus Radio 1 listeners settle the ‘Who Farted at the Darts’ debate.
 
Emma Stone talks to Ali about starring in Superbad, the secrets behind Easy A, playing a real person in Battle of the Sexes and watching La La Land 9 times.
 
The Brookes Brothers do what they do best & mix Soul & Jungle in Annie Mac's Mini Mix.
 
More behind the scenes action from the Scott Mills show. Chris chats to listener Kitty about her online review fail and catches up with Scott ahead of the weekend.
 
Ali and Ace pay tribute to legendary writer, editor and publisher of Marvel, Stan Lee. Ali also gives his verdict on Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and has news on Pokémon Detective Pikachu, Toy Story 4 and Stephen Merchant's Fighting With My Family.
 
Do you have a go-to place or routine for first dates? An ice-hockey game maybe? Also, listener Mikey goes through the agony of Where Do You Think They Were – this one involving curry and more ridiculous pop lyrics that NEVER HAPPENED!
 
Mumford & Sons create songs from Radio 1 listeners’ bleak morning stories and we hear a traumatising Unpopular Opinion from Lewis Capaldi involving bananas…
 
Lewis Capaldi road tests a new game made up by one of Chris’s mates. We also hear about lots of inventive ways in which people have tried to slip you their phone number, which makes Scott & Chris both realise that it’s never happened to them (sad face).
 
Today’s nonsense included sneaking cheese into Jess Glynne’s Live Lounge, Riding horses through the drive-thru and Unpopular Opinions from DJ Ace.
 
Reviews of nightclubs tend to be really bad, and funny. We read out some of the best ones. Also, Scott has been sending late night DMs to Scarlett Moffatt, Chris has a new addition to the bedroom and we play another round of the Homes Under The Hammer game.
 
Eddie Redmayne is here to spread some magical Christmas spirit by turning on a listener’s Christmas lights. He also talked about the new Fantastic Beasts film, Jude Law as a sexy Dumbledore or should we say 'Dumblephwoar' and he reacted to Dan from Bastille’s unpopular opinion that Harry Potter should’ve died at the end of the last book.…
 
Zara Larsson (or should we say Lardon?) falls victim to Super-fan Steve and this time it’s very awkward. Also “Man hid pork down trousers” - It can only be more local news stories, this time from the Isle of Man.
 
Greg noticed that Lorraine Kelly gave away Louis Smith's big announcement leaving him with nothing to say, and then decided to Lor-RAIN on a few other people's parades. Plus Zara Larsson gave us her Unpopular Opinion which lead to producer Will revealing a shocking habit involving apples.
 
Touching on Training Day, Crimson Tide, American Gangster and his latest, the Oscar-nominated Fences, the legendary Denzel Washington reveals some of his favourite movie moments.
 
Chris brings the latest news on the Live Lounge Mouse, intern Leila chats about playing Ukulele to Dan from Bastille, more of the Radio 1 Emergency links and What was going on at the end of Wednesday’s podcast??
 
Epic historical drama Outlaw King, heist thriller Widows and Christmas family favourite The Grinch are all reviewed by Ali but which one gets the most stars? Ali also chats to Ace about Wildlife and Overlord and all of the latest T.V news including info on Breaking Bad & Shrek.
 
We bring another super cringy Where Do You Think They Were? and this one involves getting “bendy” on a train. Also Nicole from Pontypridd is back and we have a special favour to ask her.
 
Charli XCX is the next victim to go up against Superfan Steve. Plus it's Bamboleo Wednesday, we have a full remix of One Pound Fishman's Michael Jackson song and more of your local news including Elvis the ASBO Parrot!
 
The Fact Controller was in and blew Dotty’s mind with some cheesy sheep facts, Dan from Bastille had a very unpopular opinion about Harry Potter and Greg shared some more messages from moments when shuffle has let listeners down, like listener Chris who was in a car full of lads playing heavy metal when High School Musical came on. Cringe!!…
 
Dan from Bastille and Marshmello get to hear Radio 1 intern Leila’s amazing ukulele playing, Scott discovers Pete & Bas the OAP MC’s and Gulliver, the hooligan seagull is on the rampage…it can only be more of your local news!
 
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