- 1. Inventing The World 2.36 373 plays
- 2. The Lady & The Revamp 1.44 215 plays
- 3. Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail (Pre-Titles) 1.09 93 plays
- 4. Best of British: Paralympics 2.35 143 plays
- 5. The Old Clock (Trailer Music: Superior Music Audio) 2.22 81 plays
- 6. Skypark 3.08 141 plays
- 7. Heston's Feasts (Main Theme) 1.09 68 plays
- 8. Gordon's Great Escape: India 2.02 347 plays
- 9. Prince Charles: The Royal Restoration 2.16 164 plays
- 10. The World's Oldest Conjoined Twins 1.16 27 plays
- 11. Bon Voyage (Locked Up Abroad) 1.53 145 plays
- 12. Tony's World (Dispatches: The Wonderful Worl of Tony Blair) 3.03 33 plays
- 13. Midnight Tango 3.25 116 plays
- 14. Duty Bound 2.14 97 plays
- 1. Cracking Skulls 2.26 104 plays
- 2. Dingle Dang 3.11 70 plays
- 3. Dr Floss 1.05 51 plays
- 4. Entree 2.46 54 plays
- 5. Heston's Feasts (Titles Music) 1.09 114 plays
- 6. Main Course (Roman) 3.50 56 plays
- 7. Old Jelly 2.33 47 plays
- 8. Peppe Le Butcher 2.30 58 plays
- 9. Ready For The Pig 1.20 39 plays
- 10. Two Calves Of Lager 2.45 47 plays
Rob Manning is a London-based film and television composer whose has scored high-profile documentary strands, lifestyle shows, hard-hitting factual films, edgy comedies and commercials.
He recently recorded with the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra for a four-part drama documentary series for Discovery International, to be broadcast later this year in over 200 countries worldwide.
Other projects include Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail for the BBC; Heston’s Feasts, winner of an RTS award; The Wonderful World of Tony Blair for Channel 4’s Dispatches; The Lady & the Revamp, a Cutting Edge film about the re-launch of the historic magazine; Gordon’s Great Escape, which followed chef Ramsay on a 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.
He worked with acclaimed director Penny Woolcock on her feature-length film On The Streets, which told the stories of a group of homeless people in London and won a Liberty Human Rights award.
Rob Manning trained at Brunel University and has a distinction in professional music. He began his career in television 15 years ago working as a professional sound recordist until switching to full-time composing in 2007.
His studio in north London is equipped with an eclectic range of instruments – including guitars, mandolin, piano, accordions, cello and a nose flute - a valve desk and a vast library of virtual instruments.