The latter hymn probably wasn’t on the playlist when Mohammad was growing up in Cardiff in the Eighties. Or at least it would have been until last month, when he made his debut as one part of a new presenting duo on BBC Radio 2’s religion slot, Good Morning Sunday, alongside the Rev Kate Bottley, well known as the Gogglebox vicar. Jason Mohammad’s Bio, Wiki (Age) Jason Mohammad was born on 17th September 1973 in Cardiff, Wales, the United States. Predict the winner, Last night’s TV: what Telegraph reviewers made of Industry, part two of The Diana Interview and more, What’s on TV tonight: How Britain Won WW2, The Millennium Dome Heist with Ross Kemp, and more. Must be a Cardiff thing", "Don't mind your P's and Q's: Broadcaster Jason Mohammad", "Jason Mohammad finds peace on religious journey", "Jason Mohammad sits in, Good Morning Sunday - BBC Radio 2", "BBC pay: Claudia Winkleman, Zoe Ball and Vanessa Feltz among top earners", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jason_Mohammad&oldid=979710149, Articles with dead external links from January 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 22 September 2020, at 09:55.
As I’ve got older, though, and hopefully a little bit wiser, I’ve understood what was going through my dad’s mind. If this is the case, it’s political correctness gone money-mad. No.
Jason was born in Cardiff, the United Kingdom on November 20, 1975, to a Pakistani father Afzal and Welsh mother Ely.
Most licence fee payers have literally never heard of him. , Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, "Thanks to my amazing @BBCRadioWales team for the birthday cake and card. Jsaon attended Glyn Derw High School and was later enrolled at the Swansea University to study Welsh and Politics. He attended Cardiff University for a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism. His Tonyship added that most high-earning stars would earn significantly more if they went to work for a commercial rival. Y Daith: Jason Mohammad Sunday, S4C, 8.00pm English and Welsh subtitles s4c.co.uk/factual. His wife, Nicola, was raised in the Church in Wales, in which she was a chorister, but the couple are, he says carefully, bringing up their children (Lili, 15, Max, 12, and Poppy, 9) “to have an understanding of all faiths”.
Mohammad was born and brought up in Cardiff to a Pakistani father and Welsh mother, going to school at Glyn Derw High School.  He studied Welsh and Politics at Swansea University, and then attended Cardiff University for a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism. “He was part of that generation of Pakistanis.
 From the start of the 2016–17 football season, Mohammad has been the co-host of BBC Radio 5 Live's football phone in show 606, alongside regular co-host Robbie Savage.
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