TNC Season 3: Nadia Atwi

The Next Call (TNC) 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. 

Season Three: Nadia Atwi 

In Season 3, Ridgen investigates the 2017 disappearance of Edmonton, Alberta-based Canadian kindergarten teacher Nadia Atwi.

Episodes so far…

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.

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?

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?

SELECTED PRESS ABOUT ‘THE NEXT CALL’

SELECTED PRESS ABOUT ‘SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING’

2021-11-23 New York Times : 6 podcasts about unsolved mysteries
2020-04-26 Mashable : The best true crime podcasts of all time
2020 Vulture : 52 great true crime podcasts
2020-05-12 CBC News : New Someone Knows Something investigation follows mother’s search for answers in son’s disappearance
2019-03-08 Thompson Citizen : New Someone knows Something episode looks at possible suspects in Kerrie Ann Brown’s 1986 murder
2018-11-13 Thompson Citizen : Someone Knows Something podcast seeks the killer of Thompson’s Kerrie Ann Brown, murdered in 1986
2018-11-19 CBC News : Killer Caller (interactive)
2018-10-16 CBC News : Mysterious killing of Manitoba teen Kerrie Brown explored in CBC podcast
2018-08-17 The Daily Edge : 8 true crime podcasts you should sink your teeth into that aren’t Serial
2017-11-12 Clarion Ledger : Podcast traces path to justice in 1964 civil rights-era cold case by Jerry Mitchell
2017-11-17 PodNews : CBC’s Someone Knows Something breaks records
2017-11-19 Mamamia : In 1964 Henry and Charles were murdered by the KKK. 40 years later they got justice
2017-11-24 Crimefeed : 5 Best True Crime Podcasts
2017-11-16 Really Into ThisSomeone Knows Something
2017-11-26 Radio New Zealand : Bringing cold cases to life
2017-12-05 Nieman Labs : Apple has acquired Pop Up Archive, an interesting startup that makes podcasts more searchable
2017-8-09 Globe and Mail : What comedic actress Naomi Snieckus is watching, listening to and just saw
2017-11-06 Toronto Life : Chris Rock’s stand-up set, a dazzling ballet and eight other things to see, do, hear and read this week
2017-11-10 Clarion Ledger : New podcast features story behind prosecution of KKK killings
2017-11-06 The National Post : Podcast Focuses on Two Klan Killings in 1964 Mississippi
2017-12-23 Audible Feast’s : Best Podcasts of 2017
2016-12-24  The Guardian UK : Catch-up and download: From Refugee Diaries to Someone Knows Something
2017-01-09  Buzzfeed 24 horrifying but fascinating true-crime podcasts you must listen to
2017-01-11  Mikaela Larsson Podcast list – fourth edition
2017-01-12  The Audit #62 Echoes
2017-01-13  Fox And Gypsy Now listening, favourite iTunes podcasts
2017-01-15  Tales from a caffeinated Weka
2017-01-16  Hub Pages : Best Crime Podcasts
2017-01-18  Dear Crissy : Best True Crime Podcasts
2017-01-20  Audible Feast : Delicious Ingredients: best podcasts for Jan 14-20
2017-01-27  Audible Feast : Delicious Ingredients: best podcasts for Jan 21-27
2017-02-17  Ahmedabad Mirror : Someone Knows Something
2017-03-16  Geeks Media : Top 5 true crime podcasts for fans of Serial 
2017-03-17  The Crime Review : Top true crime podcasts
2017-03-21  Masthead Online : CBC Radio Drama “Someone Knows Something” reaches 18.3 million downloads
2017-03-31  Irish Independent : Love Serial and S-Town? Here are 10 addictive true-crime podcasts to get hooked on
2017-05-04  Make Use of (MUO) : 8 mystery podcasts guaranteed to tingle your spine
2017-05-10  Esquire : How true crime went from trashy TV to prestige entertainment

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