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Mohammed Mahmood: Aap Ki Pasand

Mohammed Mahmood: Aap Ki Pasand

What's your first memory?

I was very naughty and I was in trouble all the time.

First record you bought?

Slipped my memory...

Your favourite three songs?

1. Apna Garan Howe (Atta Ullah Khan)

2. Gham hai ya khushi (Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan)

3. Mausam Hai Ashiqana (Lata Mangeshkar)

Who's been your best interviewee & why?

Atta ullah khan Essa Khailvi admired by everybody who can understand him - Alka yanik is a very down to earth person.

What's the most embarrassing thing you've said on-air?

Too embarrassing to share

What's been your career highlight?

Interviewing anybody who is somebody

How do you spend your time away from the microphone?

With my family, especially my children

Favourite place in South Yorkshire or North Derbyshire - and why?

The Yorkshire Dales - fresh air and fresh smell of Lilies of the Valley

As a 10-year-old child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be away from my mum because she was always beating me up.

Who would you like to be trapped in a lift with?

My wife so she can do my head in.

Favourite food & drink?

Biryani, alu parothas with yogurt and achar, and karela gosth. I enjoy drinking tea, lassi and freshly squeezed lemon juice.

What do you never miss on television?

BBC News

What would you do if you won the lottery?

Go in partnership with Richard Branson


Mohammed playes your Pakistani and Indian music requests on Aap Ki Pasand every Sunday from 9-11pm on 1035AM.




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