From David Ridgen, the creator of Someone Knows Something, comes the investigative podcast The Next Call. Ridgen works with victims’ family members, police and eye-witnesses to find answers. From investigators to potential suspects, the investigation unfolds with The Next Call.
The case of Nadia Atwi: Episode 1
“Where are you?”: On the morning of December 8, 2017, Salwa Atwi arrives at her daughter Nadia’s home for their regular carpool. Nadia doesn’t come outside. Four years later, there is still no sign of her.
The case of Nadia Atwi: Episode 2
“Drive”: Nadia’s car is found, but no Nadia. Could footage from a dashboard camera provide some answers? And what about her family and neighbours? Did they see anything?
The case of Nadia Atwi: Episode 3
“I love you, Nadia”: The moments leading up to Nadia’s disappearance are scrutinized. Is her husband willing to help fill in the gaps?
Introducing: The case of Nadia Atwi
A kindergarten teacher doesn’t make it to class one December morning. Host David Ridgen investigates.
The case of Terrie Dauphinais: Episode 1
“Firewood”: On April 29, 2002, Terrie Dauphinais was discovered on the main floor of her Calgary home. She’d been strangled. Responding officers find Terrie’s three young children locked in their rooms upstairs. Police have a suspect, but can’t move forward.
The case of Terrie Dauphinais: Episode 2
“Homefront”: David digs into the original investigation into Terrie’s murder. Was anything missed? And what did one of the children see?
Precious lives, precious investigations !
These interviews done by David (I assume, with the help of couple other people around) are so interesting and important ! May the truth comes out and may we know what happened ! Thanks for investigating and reporting ! Inshallah !!
Podcast is well done
David is always very respectful of both the families of victims and the people he interviews to learn more information. You can tell how well liked he is by the families in the victims’ cases by how is welcomed into their lives and how much they trust him by the interactions you hear on the podcasts. The podcasts are very intriguing and I am looking for the next podcast. I highly recommend all seasons of this podcast, especially season one ,two , and five.
I love David’s voice!
As a lawyer, I can tell David has good instinct and asks all the right questions and makes all the proper observations that keeps the listeners on their toes. I just wish there was some finality or an inclination of who did it in Nadia’s case as he had done in the other cases. I guess sometimes you can’t tell one way or another