Rob Marshall has assisted Chief Executives, Archbishops, Bishops, Directors and PR Directors over many years now.

Having established his reputation with the BBC as a football commentator and then a religious broadcaster, Rob became the first Director of Communications for the Church of England Diocese of London.

When the Bishop of London [David Hope] became Archbishop of York, the Archbishop became the first client of Rob’s PR company 33rpm.

He was followed at various times by the Bishops of Ely, Derby, Wakefield, Manchester, Sheffield, Salisbury, Chichester and Europe.

Rob was also brought in to assist St Paul’s Cathedral during the 2011 Occupy camp and, despite soaking up enormous vitriol and criticism from those inside and outside of the Church, St Paul’s Cathedral emerged strengthened in time for HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee for which Rob was the Cathedral’s first guest Tweeter.

Rob has also used his skills in many critical and damage limitation areas.

He gives energy, vision and advice and tells it as it is – said one of “his” bishops recently.

Rob is available for one off projects in his own time to give vitality and life to predictable PR.