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; Mystery of the Lost Islands, a five-part wildlife series for Discovery; 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; and the BAFTA-award-winning comedy series Fonejacker.
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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