Congratulations, your biopic has been Greenlit! All you need to do is decide everything about it...
Toby Earle chats to funny people and finds out what they want the film of their lives to look like.
Brona C. Titley has been Greenlit!
Comedy writer and actor Brona C. Titley directs the movie of her life, in episode 9 of Toby Earle's Greenlit podcast.
Find out about toxic positivity, her run-in with The Rock and being raided by the police at the World Debating Championships.
Daniel Norcross has been Greenlit!
Cricket commentator and broadcaster Daniel Norcross directs the movie of his life, in Toby Earle's new podcast.
Find out about a macabre birthday ritual, a quiz machine heist, Daniel's EastEnders link and who Phil Tufnell would be in His Dark Materials.
This episode was recorded towards the end of ‘WW2’.
Matt Forde has been Greenlit!
Comedian and writer Matt Forde directs the movie of his life, in episode 7 of Toby Earle's new podcast.
Find out why the Daily Mail will be outraged, why Matt kept sandpaper in his schoolbag, how he nearly died and why Su Pollard is so important.
Ahir Shah has been Greenlit!
In episode 6 of Toby Earle's new podcast, comedian and writer Ahir Shah directs the movie of his life.
Find out why his holiday to the Isle of Wight was already turned into a film, which action hero he'd stick in a pram, and the location of London's golden submarine.
Rebecca Callard has been Greenlit!
In episode 5 of Toby Earle's new podcast, writer and actor Rebecca Callard directs the movie of her life.
Find out what she was advised NOT to call her biopic, discover the importance of Florence Pugh and check if you are one of the only two people in the world who are not invited to the premiere.
Katy Brand has been Greenlit!
In episode 4 of Toby Earle's new podcast, the comedian, author and screenwriter Katy Brand directs the movie of her life.
Find out if Dustin Hoffman waves back, what Angelina Jolie's Raging Bull moment is, and how to perform The Dench March.
Brilliant new podcast
Love this idea! Great podcast. Can’t stop thinking about my own biopic.
Highly enjoyable. Great concept
Great debut with Maisie, looking forward to more!