Host David Ridgen joins victims' family members as they investigate cold cases, tracking down leads, speaking to suspects and searching for answers. S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2: Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee & Moore. S4: Greavette. S5: Kerrie Brown. S6: Donald Izzett Jr.
Introducing: The Flamethrowers
The Flamethrowers captures the punch-you-in-the-mouth energy and sound of right-wing talk radio. Host Justin Ling takes us from the fringe preachers and conspiracy peddlers of the 1920s to the political firestorm that rages today. With humour and candour, Ling examines the appeal of broadcasters like Rush Limbaugh, who found a sleeping audience, radicalized it, and became an accidental kingmaker — culminating in the election of Donald Trump. More episodes are available at smarturl.it/theflamethrowers
Introducing: The Village: Season 2
Transgender women, and trans sex workers in particular, know what it means to be marginalized, overpoliced, and underprotected. In season two of The Village, host Justin Ling investigates the stories of two women, Alloura Wells and Cassandra Do, whose deaths remain unexplained, and whose cases expose the systems that failed them. More episodes are available at: smarturl.it/thevillagecbc
The Next Call with David Ridgen
From David Ridgen, the creator of Someone Knows Something, comes the new investigative podcast The Next Call. Tackling unsolved cases through strategic phone calls. From the victim's family members to potential suspects, the investigation unfolds with The Next Call. More episodes are available at: smarturl.it/thenextcall
SKS S5 Extra: Spread the Word
David and Trevor follow new tips in the Kerrie Brown case and learn more about who the 911 caller may have been looking for on the night Kerrie was murdered.
S6 Episode 5: The Test
David looks deeper into Donnie’s case file to try piecing together his final days and hours, while Debra takes a new approach to try shaking something loose. New revelations ensue.
S6 Episode 4: Fragments
Debra proposes a new dig on a Mississippi property in her search for answers. Could it be the spark the case needs?
It’s very apparent that this podcast was written and narrated by a documentarian. David Ridgen describes his investigations so well, it’s almost as if you’re watching one of his films. Of course, it can be frustrating to reach the end of a season and not have answers, but that’s often just the way it is with cold cases.
Everything perfect but there’s a lot of barking in the background in pretty much all seasons and unfortunately that sets my dog off....
Really great podcast
I also do not relate to the 1-star review of the previous person at all. The host is trying his best to be respectful to the people involved and he’s doing a great job of presenting the case and going back to do everything in his power to find out anything that points in all possible directions. 10/10 can recommend this podcast