Jason Mohammad

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Not to be confused with Jason Mohammed.
Jason Mohammad
2012-03-19 Jason Mohammad at Wales Grand Slam Celebrations.jpg
Jason Mohammad presenting the Wales' national rugby union team celebrations for the Grand Slam 2012
Born Jason Mohammad
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Status Married
Ethnicity Pakistani/Welsh[citation needed]
Education Glyn Derw High School
Swansea University
University of Cardiff
Occupation Newsreader, Presenter
Notable credit(s) Wales on Saturday
BBC Wales Today
Final Score

Jason Mohammad is a Welsh radio and television presenter.


Mohammad was born and brought up in Cardiff to a Pakistani father and Welsh mother,[1][2] going to school at Glyn Derw High School.[3] He studied Welsh and Politics at Swansea University,[4] and then attended Cardiff University for a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism.[5]



Mohammad joined the BBC in 1997 as a reporter for BBC Wales Today before becoming the anchor of Wales on Saturday. In 2013, he became the host of Final Score on BBC One. He is also the secondary snooker presenter for the BBC.


Mohammad also hosts a weekday morning show on BBC Radio Wales.


  1. ^ walesonline Administrator (7 November 2009). "Don't mind your P's and Q's: Broadcaster Jason Mohammad". walesonline. 
  2. ^ northwales Administrator (7 November 2009). "Jason Mohammad finds peace on religious journey". northwales. 
  3. ^ "BBC NEWS - UK - Wales - News Academy for young reporters". bbc.co.uk. 
  4. ^ Notable alumni[dead link]
  5. ^ "The TV Room +". thetvroomplus.com. 

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