He recently recorded with the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra for How We Invented the World, a five-part drama documentary series for Discovery, broadcast in over 200 countries. Soundtrack available on iTunes.
Credits include Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail for the BBC; American Blackout, a feature-length drama for National Geographic; Heston’s Feasts, winner of an RTS award; The Wonderful World of Tony Blair for Channel 4’s Dispatches; Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape, a seven-part gastronomic journey through India and South East Asia; the BAFTA-award-winning comedy series Fonejacker; and Girls on the Pull, a First Cut film on women who suffer from trichotillomania made by Minnow Films for Channel 4.
Rob Manning was born and raised in London, where he still lives and works. He trained at Brunel University and has a distinction in professional music and has studied music technology and modern ensemble composition. He began his career in television 15 years ago working as a professional sound recordist until switching to full-time composing in 2007.
Rob is a multi-instrumentalist working with an eclectic range of instruments, including guitars, mandolin, piano, accordion, banjo, cello, dulcimer, bass guitar and a nose flute.
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