Jason Mohammad is one of BBC Wales' most experienced and high profile news and sport presenters. In late 2007, Jason Mohammad became the face of BBC Wales' new sport programme, Sport Wales. Jason also presents live football and can regularly be seen hosting the major BBC Sport shows including Final Score, Match of the Day, Six Nations, World Championship Snooker and Autumn International Rugby.
Jason Mohammad is one of the most popular broadcasters and can also be heard on BBC Radio Wales hosting his own daily radio show. Jason has presented Good Morning Wales and is a team captain on the light hearted sports quiz Extra Time.
Jason can also turn his hand to acting and at Christmas 2008 made his second appearance in the Dr Who Christmas Special starring alongside David Tennant and Kylie Minogue! Did you look out for the BBC newsreader scene!!
Jason also presents the annual 'BBC Wales Children in Need' programme and the BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year.
Before becoming a presenter, Jason Mohammad was a reporter on 'Wales Today'. He has reported from many countries including South Africa, New York and Australia when Jason was the face of BBC Wales' Commonwealth Games TV coverage. Closer to home, Jason has lived and worked as a North Wales TV reporter, based in Bangor and has reported on some of the biggest news stories of the past years including the Queen's Official Opening of the Senedd, the National Assembly for Wales' new building in 2006.
Jason is a superb and articulate after dinner speaker and is now in great demand by the many businesses in Wales who want an accomplished host for their events. Jason is the perfect host for award ceremonies and corporate team building events. He has worked closely with Olympic legend Daley Thompson, England Rugby World Cup-winning captain Martin Johnson and Dame Tanni Grey Thompson.
Jason Mohammad has a BA from the University of Wales, Swansea in Welsh and Politics and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Cardiff University.