Now or Never

by CBC Radio · · · · 38 subscribers

Hosts Ify Chiwetelu and Trevor Dineen leap into the action with Canadians who are making things happen. Sometimes things go right. Sometimes they go off the rails. Either way, Now or Never nudges you to make a change, big or small.

Anonymous pieces of art are popping up all over Yellowknife, and that's made reporter Joanne Stassen curious to find out who's behind the mystery art..and why they're doing it.
Spend time with Canadians who are building bridges between two incredibly different spaces — the world of prison, and the outside world.
Taking the leap for love Feb. 10, 2017
Whether you're screwing up the courage to reach out to the one who got away, diving back in to the dating pool after the death of your partner, or auditioning for The Bachelor - the road to romance is seldom straight.
From Brampton Batman to Winnipeg's Bear Clan Patrol, meet the everyday Canadians who got so fed up with what's happening in their communities that they decided to do something about it.
The average Canadian spends 50 minutes every day on their commute. On this week's Now or Never, Ify Chiwetelu and Trevor Dineen speak to people who are adding a little joy to their journeys to work.
Dreams don't come cheap. Join hosts Ify Chiwetelu and Trevor Dineen as they meet Canadians who have found creative ways to finance their big ideas.
In this debut episode of Now or Never, we talk to everyday Canadians so fed up with being bullied, they decide to fight back in surprising ways.
Now or Never - preview Oct. 26, 2016
Hosts Ify Chiwetelu and Trevor Dineen leap into the action with Canadians who are making things happen. Get a taste of what's in store on the show.
The team that brought you DNTO? We've got a new show! It launches in a matter of weeks and you're going to love it. To subscribe, all you have to do is... nothing. Keep your podcast subscription, and we'll move you over. So watch this space!
Saying Goodbye May 14, 2016
This is it: the final episode of DNTO. Join Sook-Yin Lee and special guests as we take a look back at two decades of incredible Canadian stories. Thank you for listening!
DNTO says thank you May 7, 2016
As we reflect on over two decades on CBC Radio, DNTO is dedicating its penultimate episode to one simple word: thanks.
The DNTO phone is ringing off the hook, and you'll want to pick up! This week, we've got funny, life-changing, eye-opening stories that all take place on the other end of the line.
Joshua Key is one of an estimated 15 Iraq war veterans who are fighting to remain in Canada. The resisters left home to avoid being sent back to a war they didn't believe in. Today, they fear they'll be sent to prison if they're deported.
What makes you happy? Jan. 16, 2016
DNTO offers up some surprising tips to beat the blues. Find out how small talk with strangers, getting close to a tree, and singing your heart out are all recipes for happiness.
This week, we take you to tiny Altona, Manitoba, where the population just jumped by one percent thanks to the arrival of five new Syrian families. It's a mini-boom that's changing the town in ways it never expected - and we went along for the ride.
Kicking The Habit Jan. 2, 2016
With the start of a new year, are you trying to break a bad habit? This week, we'll hear about all sorts of habits - and give you some straightforward approaches to dealing with them. (Updated from our Jan. 10, 2015 episode)
'Tis the season... when hundreds of thousands of Canadians find themselves at the mall! So on this week's DNTO we offer a little retail therapy.
Shoal Lake 40 is a beautiful place with a painful history. Join guest host Ismaila Alfa on a journey to the community - and meet some of the resilient people who call Shoal Lake home.
Winnipeg man Reid Bricker has been missing since Oct. 24. In the 10 days before his disappearance, Bricker attempted suicide twice and was discharged from three different hospitals. Now his mother Bonnie Bricker is looking for answers -- and change.
Saskatoon's liveliest storytellers share their tales of working together with their families. The resulta are hilarious and sometimes disastrous.