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Aatif Nawaz

Aatif Nawaz

Aatif Nawaz is an actor, comedian and writer as well as being a cricket commentator and presenter.

Aatif’s show Instant GrAATIFication toured the UK including sell-out shows at the Leicester Square Theatre in London. Aatif co-wrote and co-starred in Muzlamic (BBC Three) with Ali Official. His other credits include The Tez O’Clock Show (Channel 4), Bounty (Channel 4) and Jokes Only A Muslim Can Tell (All4).

Aatif is one of BBC Sport’s cricket commentary and presenting team. He appears regularly on Test Match Special (BBC Radio 5 Live) and he has presented his own special, Aatif Nawaz in Rawalpindi (also on BBC Radio 5 Live) as well as presenting Today at the Test (BBC One & BBC Two). He has also appeared on Sunday Morning Live (BBC One) and Newsnight (BBC Two).

Aatif’s radio and podcast credits include Inconspicuous Consumption (BBC Radio 4), Laura Whitmore’s Sunday Session (BBC Radio 5 Live), The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected (BBC Radio Scotland), Evil Genius with Russell Kane (BBC Sounds), Your Place Or Mine (BBC Sounds) and The Spin (Guardian).

Television & Radio credits

Sunday Morning Live BBC One
Today at the Test BBC One & BBC Two
Newsnight BBC Two
Muzlamic BBC Three
The Tez O'Clock Show Channel 4
Bounty Channel 4
Jokes Only A Muslim Can Tell All4
Asian Comedy Network BBC Asian Network
Inconspicuous Consumption BBC Radio 4
Test Match Special BBC Radio 5 Live
Aatif Nawaz in Rawalpindi BBC Radio 5 Live
Laura Whitmore's Sunday Session BBC Radio 5 Live
The Good, The Bad & The Unexepected BBC Radio Scotland
Evil Genius with Russell Kane podcast BBC Sounds
Your Place Or Mine podcast BBC Sounds
The Doosra podcast BBC Sounds
Christmas: What The Fa-La-La-La-La? podcast Audible
The Spin podcast Guardian

Live credits

Instant GrAATIFication Edinburgh Fringe 2018 & UK Tour 2019
AATIFicial Intelligence Edinburgh Fringe 2016 & UK Tour 2017
Muslims Do It 5 Times A Day Edinburgh Fringe 2015 & Leicester Square Theatre 2016
Talk Roti To Me Leicester Square Theatre 2015

" Consistently hilarious "

**** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

" Punchy, funny "

Radio Times

" His intelligent observations will have you choking with laughter "

The Huffington Post