Wendy Robbins

Development Executive

Wendy Robbins joined Wild Pictures in 2018 and is currently developing a range of projects for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

Her passion is originating intimate observational documentaries, negotiating tricky access and telling complex tales with warmth, humour and sensitivity.

Before joining Wild, she worked as an Executive Producer at CTVC where she originated and developed three-parter The Pilgrimage for BBC 2, in which celebrities including Neil Morissey and the Rev Kate Bottley travel a famous medieval pilgrimage route, hoping for spiritual transformation. Wendy also originated and executive produced the RTS-winning Welcome to Mayfair for BBC2, and originated Channel 4’s Grierson-nominated 90-minute doc Murder Workers.

She was the Executive Producer on This is Tottenham for BBC 2, which secured access to local MP David Lammy’s advice surgery, on BBC 3’s My Big Gay Jewish Conversion, on the award-winning BBC 4 film Life and Deaf, and Channel 4’s Meet the Mormons.”     

A former BBC factual producer, Wendy has appeared on-air as a reporter on BBC1’s The One Show and Sunday Morning Live. She has also presented programmes on Radio 4, including the critically-acclaimed The House I Grew Up In.