The Welsh presenter has hosted big Cardiff occasions as well as international football, rugby, golf and snooker coverage. As well as fronting Final Score and 5Live’s 606, he’s also served as one of the team on Crimewatch.
Jason Mohammad hosts BBC One’s Final Score, as well as fronting BBC coverage of snooker and rugby. He also presents Radio 5Live’s football phone-in, 606.
A key part of the BBC’s team a both the Rio Olympics and Euro 2016, Jason has also hosted Six Nations coverage as well as other international rugby, the World Snooker Championships, and has reported pitch-side from the football World Cup. Away from sport he has co-hosted Crimewatch, covering updates on cases the show is following, and appeared in Dr Who, proving his acting skills as a news presenter in two Christmas special episodes.
Jason’s morning radio show on BBC Wales is one of the most popular in the country, and reflects his background in news presenting and journalism. On TV he’s presented Wales Children in Need, Wales Sports Personality of the Year, sports coverage and factual and documentary programming, including for the Welsh language channel S4C. He’s also written a book profiling his sporting heroes.
A confident, experienced live host, Jason is also an entertaining after dinner speaker with tales of what happens when the cameras are off, the hazards of live broadcasting, and stories of film and sports stars.
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