Philip Morrow established Wild Rover in 1999. Prior to that, he was an executive at Channel 4, Mentorn, Thames and UTV. Phil has over 20 years of experience in entertainment, including shows like: Whose Line is it Anyway? (Channel 4), Gerry Anderson’s Space Precinct (BBC/Sky), Vic Reeves Big Night Out (Channel 4), The Crystal Maze (Channel 4), Today's the Day (BBC), Drop the Dead Donkey (Channel 4), Passport (BBC), Tonight with Jonathan Ross (Channel 4).
Kieran joined the Wild Rover development team in 2005. His early credits include Get Smarter in a Week (BBC / BNN), The Big Bumper Science Quiz (BBC), Over Here (BBC), and Just For Laughs (BBC). From 2006 Kieran and Matthew Worthy jointly led Wild Rover's development, creating hit formats: Take The Money and Run (ABC), Find Me The Funny (BBC), The David Meade Project (BBC) and Secret Fortune (BBC). Kieran is Executive Producer of The David Meade Project.
Matthew started his career in the entertainment department of Granada Television. He joined Wild Rover in 2005 for Get Smarter in a Week (BBC), acting as Format Consultant for the international versions. From 2006 Matthew and Kieran Doherty jointly led Wild Rover's development, creating hit formats: Take The Money and Run (ABC), Find Me The Funny (BBC), The David Meade Project (BBC) and Secret Fortune (BBC). Matthew is Series Producer of Secret Fortune.
Head of Development
Sean joined Wild Rover as their Head of Development in 2012. He had previously been Head of Programmes at Zoogon Productions, winning commissions from BBC NI and all four broadcasters in the Republic of Ireland (RTE One, RTE Two, TV3, and TG4). His formative years were spent in production, working for a wide range of broadcasters and indies on shows including Loose Women (ITV1), The Match (Sky One), and Ready Steady Cook (BBC).
Verity joined Wild Rover in 2009. Prior to this, Verity spent seven years at Macmillan Media where she was Operations Manager and was responsible for the day-to-day running of the GMTV newsrooms in Belfast and Glasgow.