Philip Morrow established Wild Rover in 1999 – an independent production company specialising in non-scripted entertainment, comedy and reality formats and production. Prior to that, he was an executive at Channel 4, Mentorn, Thames and UTV.
Phil has over 25 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).
Phil has partnered with Jerry Bruckheimer in the USA and with Fuji TV and STV in the UK. He lectures for the International Entertainment Master Class Academy, and the National Film and Television School and has served as a director of Northern Ireland Screen.
Phil is the Executive Producer of all of Wild Rover’s programmes, including The National Lottery: Secret Fortune (BBC One), Take the Money & Run (ABC) and Dara O Briain: School of Hard Sums (UKTV).
In 2015 Phil decided to move into Virtual Reality and established RETìníZE, the VR division of Wild Rover. RETìníZE specializes in stereoscopic cinematic VR and has filmed VR experiences all over the world, working with major global brands, NGOs and traditional broadcasters in the UK and USA.