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Jason Mohammad
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Born Jason Mohammad
Cardiff, Wales
Education Glyn Derw High School
Swansea University
University of Cardiff
Occupation Newsreader, Presenter
Ethnicity British
Notable credit(s) Wales on Saturday
BBC Wales Today
Agent Elite Management
Official website

Jason Mohammad (born Cardiff), is a British radio and television presenter.



Mohammad was born and raised in Cardiff, going to school at Glyn Derw High School.[1] He studied Welsh and Politics at Swansea University[2], and then attended Cardiff University for a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism[3].




Mohammad joined the BBC in 1997 as a reporter, initially in North Wales for BBC Wales Today.

Mohammad's love of sports meant he presented items from Wales and overseas, including the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup and numerous FA Cup finals. He is also anchor for Wales on Saturday, BBC Wales' television sports results programme, and presents the BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year Award.

Mohammad was a main presenter for BBC Wales Today. He can often be heard presenting on BBC Radio Wales, and, as a fluent Welsh language speaker, makes regular appearances on BBC Radio Cymru.

He has presented Children in Need, and has even made guest appearances on the 2005 and 2007 Christmas episodes of Doctor Who.


Mohammad built up a regular following on Saturday evenings on BBC Radio Wales with the Extra Time sports phone-in. Mohammad and Owen Money took calls from football and rugby fans at 18:00, but have now been replaced by BBC Radio Five Live's 6-0-6. However, Mohammad and Money now team up on the Extra Time Quiz, a spin-off from the phone-in.[4]


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