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).
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.
Paddy joined Wild Rover from the BBC in March 2011. His early credits include Dara O Briain: School Of Hard Sums (Dave), Secret Fortune (BBC), The David Meade Project (BBC), David Meade: Make Believe (BBC), David Meade: Million Dollar Bet (BBC). Paddy created the daytime quiz Divide & Conquer (Channel 4 Pilot), and developed the live interactive quiz You Against the Nation (BBC Pilot).