Qasa uses his personality and charisma to create a highlights report for the Commonwealth Games where he watches 5 separate sports in one day!
A keen advocate of environmental conservation - Qasa explores how green his hometown commonwealth games are… and efforts the organisers are making to ensure that there is as little carbon footprint as possible left by the event in his home city.
OPENING CEREMONY EXCERPT
On the opening night of the Commonwealth Games Qasa broadcast to nearly a billion people around the world who tuned in to watch the event! He was tasked with interviewing some of the athletes taking part…
Qasa sits in for Nihal on BBC 5 Live to present the Must Watch TV show programme that focuses on entertainment and the best things to watch on TV for the week.
Qasa raises awareness of a huge issue with an exclusive interview on Male Infertility for BBC 5 Live. The conversation breaks taboos and deals with sensitive issues
BBC RADIO 4 - FOOC
A report for the legendary programme From Our Own Correspondent. Qasa writes and voices a lyrical tale from a visit to a Mangrove plantation in the Bay of Bengal.
BANGLADESH: THE CLIMATE FRONTLINE
The Climate Frontline - Qasa produces, writes and presents an exclusive series about climate change in Bangladesh. Speaking to people on the ground who are affected by flash flooding.
FLEEING THE TALIBAN
Qasa speaks to refugees who are trying to escape the Taliban in Afghanistan and beyond on the island of Lesbos in Greece.
WILDFIRES IN GREECE
Greece reaches temperatures of up to 50 degrees in the summer. Qasa finds out how the country is dealing with Climate change and wildfires whilst trying to still promote tourism in Northern Greece.
PRESENTING THE ATP FINALS 2019
Qasa live from the 02 Arena in London at the end of the match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alex Zverev getting insight and analysis from the match commentators.
Qasa made a documentary on the tragic death of Altab Ali and what previous cases of Racism in London can teach us about relations today.
Qasa finds out how people leaving the Middle East are being treated at a Refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece.
Qasa produced a 15 min documentary climate change in Bangladesh and the impact it has had on his ancestral home. The piece* was widely praised by the UN & several other large organisations.