BBC TV and Radio Presenter Jason is a sought-after host in the events world. Best known for his role on BBC One’s fast live football scores show Final Score and flagship football shows Match Of The Day and MOTD2, Jason’s professionalism, warmth and humour makes him a massive hit with live audiences. He also presents the show Good Morning Sunday on BBC Radio 2.





BBC TV and radio presenter Jason Mohammad is best known for his role on BBC One’s fast live football scores Final Score and flagship football show Match Of The Day and MOTD2. Jason’s professionalism, warmth and humour makes him a massive hit with live audiences. He also won Richard Osman’s House of Games on BBC Two.

Jason is also a member of the BBC Radio 2 family alongside Zoe Ball, Claudia Winkleman and Dermot O’Leary. He Presents Good Morning Sunday on Radio 2 every weekend and was the commentator for Radio 2 at HM the King’s Coronation Concert in Windsor. Jason also narrated a BBC Radio 2 Special following the death of HM the Queen and hosted the National Proclamation in Wales for BBC One.

The Cardiff-born presenter has also fronted some of the BBC’s biggest television output including the Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, FA Cup finals, FIFA World Cup finals and the Six Nations. Jason has also presented for Channel 4 Sport. Jason has made films for The One Show and co-presented BBC One’s Crimewatch with Sophie Raworth and Kirsty Young.

Jason works between London, Salford and Cardiff and is a fluent Welsh speaker, appearing regularly on Welsh language television station S4C. He also has his own show on BBC Radio Wales, where he fronts a phone in show in the English language.

He has travelled the world with the BBC fronting TV coverage from Brazil to the United States to Australia and is equally at home interviewing Hollywood A-listers and music stars as he is chatting to the world’s biggest football names.

Jason is the CEO a of a media company that he founded and has created his own media academy, nurturing the next generation of broadcasters. He’s also a keen filmmaker having made many TV documentaries across the UK, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Mexico, Egypt and presented two historic travel programmes from Jerusalem.



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