Rob is a freelance broadcaster, producer, press officer and after-dinner speaker. He began working for the BBC in 1982, and is still a regular contributor to BBC Radio 5-Live, presenting sports bulletins, contributing features and acting as a tipster on the Breakfast Programme's Racing Slots. He also has presented the sport on Radio 4's Today Programme.
For four years, he was BBC Radio's Golf Producer, masterminding 5-Live's award-winning coverage at the British Open, the US Masters and the Ryder Cup. In 1995, The Ryder Cup coverage won two Sony National Radio Awards.
Nowadays, Rob mixes him time at the BBC, with other assignments around the world. He has worked for BBC TV at the 1998 World Cup, acts as Press Officer at the Alfred Dunhill Cup golf, and the Benson and Hedges Golf and Snooker Tournaments. His after dinner speeches are a mixture of sporting anecdotes and broadcasting gaffs at the BBC.