TV and Radio Presenter
Who's Yer Man?
Baz Ashmawy is an Emmy and IFTA Award Winning Radio and TV Presenter.
Most recently, Baz’s show ‘Wingman’ aired to phenomenal praise on RTÉ One. The show saw Baz guide many different characters from all walks of life on a journey towards making their dreams a reality. The show has been commissioned for a second series.
In 2018, Baz created and presented 'All Bets Are Off', a documentary on the topic of gambling for RTÉ.
For one of his epic adventures, Baz was joined by his Mammy Nancy for a whirlwind journey across the globe for the hit Sky 1 show; "50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy". The International Emmy Award and IFTA Award winning series created by Baz was commissioned for 3 series and the format has been sold to over 140 territories worldwide.
In 2018, Baz took to the shiny stage of ITV to host their musical game show called ‘Change Your Tune’, in which some of Britain's worst singers undergo weeks of training to improve their voices before performing for the nation.
Christmas 2018, Baz returned to screens with his Mammy for 'Baz and Nancy's Holy Show' on RTÉ where they ventured off to Rome to find the Pope.
His first TV adventure was the wildly energetic and hugely successful hit comedy/travel series 'How Low Can You Go?' on RTÉ Two which ran for five seasons. After this his first solo project saw him delve into the weird and the wonderful, from witches to biker gangs and from eccentrics to people who lived only on road kill with his brilliant and insightful series 'Baz's Culture Clash' on RTÉ Two. With no time to stop Baz began his next project 'Baz's Extreme Worlds' traveling to a maximum security prison in Oklahoma, trekking through the Arctic and working on a Trawler ship in Ireland.
On RTÉ, Baz followed his spiritual journey back to practicing Islam for 'The Lost Muslim'. He also presented 'The Fanatics 'on Sky 1.
On radio, he presented his own weekend breakfast show on radio with his co presenter Lucy Kennedy for the national broadcaster RTÉ 2FM called the Baz and Lucy Breakfast Show. And summer in 2017, on RTÉ Radio One, Baz presented his weekly show 'That Baz Thing'.
He can be found regularly guest presenting on RTÉ Radio One.