Toby Roebuck


Toby joined Wild Pictures in 2014 and works across both development and production, most recently on the Channel 4 series Women Who Kill. Having developed the idea and secured the commission, he went on to produce the series and edit produce an episode. Other Wild commissions developed by Toby include Trawlermen Tales for ITV1 as well as an upcoming true crime film, for ITV1.

With over ten years’ experience in TV, Toby began his career in history and arts programming. Whilst working on ITV’s flagship arts series, The South Bank Show, he covered a diversity of subjects including writer Gore Vidal, Liza Minnelli and screenwriter William Goldman. Other credits include: Grierson-nominated BBC drama-doc The Last Days of Anne Boleyn; Stones In Exile, a critically-acclaimed documentary about the Rolling Stones for BBC1’s Imagine strand; the Channel 4 archaeology series Time Team; and The Bible for History (US), the highest rating US cable series in 2013 attracting 13 million viewers.

Toby has worked in development teams for the BBC and ITV, as well as major UK Indies, securing commissions for all the main broadcasters. He has also worked on funded US developments.

At Wild Toby enjoys generating, developing and pitching ideas across all factual genres.