Summary: DNTO invites you to make discoveries about who we really are - flawed, funny, and beautiful - one story at a time.
You set your sights on a goal... you work hard to achieve it... you get what you want... and then what happens?
Parking lots aren't just places to drop our cars - they can be the scenes of drama from first kisses to lost/stolen cars to fighting over parking spots... So how did you go "outside the lines" in a parking lot?
Sit right back and you'll hear a tale... or several, as we take an encore look at the power of storytelling this week.
From party crashers to houseguests who stay a little bit too long, we're looking at stories of "unexpected visitors."
Bad days can have silver linings... or not. Live from the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, DNTO brings you stories of days gone wrong.
In an airplane, in a hot air balloon, skydiving... we're different people when we're off the ground. How does being up in the air change you?
Everyone talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it... But what did a change in the weather precipitate in your life?
Recorded live at the Tranzac in Toronto, we ask what happens when you get in over your head. We'll hear from storytellers Zarqa Nawaz, James Gangle, Deborah Kimmett, Ron Josol, and Carol Off - plus music and stories from Corin Raymond and Little Scream.
Just a place to buy milk and candy... or is the convenience store the heart of your neighbourhood? This week, we look at what we're actually getting from the corner store.
From bullies to boardrooms, lots of us have an "arch-nemesis." What happened when you met yours? (Originally aired Oct. 15, 2012)
A smile... a wink... a sly joke... there are lots of ways to flirt, and any number of possible results. What happened when you got "flirty?"
We all react to coming face-to-face with mortality differently. This week, stories of how those encounters can spur us to action.
Humans aren't always the wildest thing in the city... so when did you have an unexpected meeting with an animal?
From taking on someone else's job to taking on their lifestyle... we learn a lot about ourselves when we walk in someone else's shoes.
There are many different ways to pray... and many different reasons to. So what is "the power of prayer" to you?