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    Podcasts - The Storyline

    On Sunday, January 5, 1969, the 118-foot ship Sea Surveyor departed from Electric Boat in Groton. The mission was routine: to rendezvous with a submarine, conduct some an...
    Retired Dr. David Bingham, who opened the region's first clinic providing contraceptives and abortions, took us back to the days when women desperate to terminate their p...
    New London prides itself on its diversity of music, but some musicians have found it harder to find a place in the city's music community. UConn's Gladi Suero talked to Q...
    Over the last eight years, the annual "Pass the Guitar" event benefiting the New London Homeless Hospitality Center has raised close to $24,000. The event is just one exa...
    Restaurants and bars are pivotal in the New London music scene. The pandemic has forced some to close while others have had to reinvent. UConn's Corina Wallenta talked to...
    New London – the Whaling City – has always been intrinsically connected to the waterways that surround it. In fact, it was Connecticut's first official port. And before t...
    Stephanie Johnson, diversity trainer for OneDigital Learning, provided The Day with six months of thought-provoking lessons on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging....
    As we begin a year-long investigation into the housing market in New London County, we speak with The Day journalists who will be working on the initial reporting: Staff ...
    The Day's Vickie Fulkerson is in Minneapolis to cover the UConn women's basketball team in their record 14th straight Final Four. After the Huskies' wild double-overtime ...
    Hear what Day sportswriters Vickie Fulkerson, who covers UConn women’s basketball, and Gavin Keefe, who covers the UConn men, had to say the morning after the NCAA bracke...

    Podcasts - Looking For The Todt Family

    In late June, two months after Anthony Todt’s murder trial ended with a conviction, one of the 12 jurors who decided Todt’s fate reached out to The Day. Manny Lozada of K...
    A suicide note Anthony Todt claims his now-deceased wife Megan Todt authored states that the two parents, along with their three young children, made the decision to die ...
    Police in Florida announced more than two years ago that Anthony Todt had confessed to killing his family. On day two of the trial, we finally get to hear what Tony told ...
    After a two-year wait, the murder trial of Tony Todt gets underway at the Osceola County Courthouse in Kissimmee, Florida. Todt was accused of killing his wife Megan, the...
    The Day's "Looking for the Todt Family" podcast is back with a new episode. After more than two years of waiting, Anthony Todt, the former Colchester physical therapist a...
    KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — A physical therapist from Connecticut who is accused of killing his wife and children wanted to maintain control over his family, a Florida prosecu...
    A Florida jury on Thursday night found former Colchester physical therapist Anthony Todt guilty of killing his wife, three children and family dog in December of 2019. Th...
    The trial of Anthony Todt, the former Colchester physical therapist accused of murdering his family in Florida, began on Monday more than two years after his arrest in Ja...
    We've upped our multimedia game at The Day over the past decade, adding podcasts and video content to the printed news stories and photos we've produced for 140 years. Th...
    Fragments of Anthony Todt's alleged confession, taken by the Osceola County Sheriff's Department shortly after his family members' bodies were found in their Celebration,...

    Podcasts - Leave Work Now

    In this edition of Leave Work Now, Koster does just that and ruminates whilst ironing a suit to wear to the funeral of Dave Schulz - as fine a chum as a fella could hope ...
    The piano/painting duo Pocket Vinyl released their latest album "Winter Person" in 2020, but but are just now getting to celebrate with an album release party. We talk wi...
    Rick and Peter talk with local radio host Lee Elci, a former minor league baseball player, about what it takes to face professional pitchers. Rick, Peter and Lee took som...
    "Road of Bones" is the 16th book in James R. Benn's series of Billy Boyle World War II mystery novels. Benn talks with Rick Koster about the historical backdrop for the n...
    An appreciation of an all-time great rock and roll drummer. ...
    Joe Bouchard talks about his years with Blue Öyster Cult, getting royalty checks from Metallica, and meeting Rick Koster at an Imagine Dragons show. Bouchard and his brot...
    Ian McNulty, who grew up in South County, Rhode Island and is the food writer for The Times-Picayune/The Advocate, talked to Rick Koster about being a food critic in...
    Live music exploded out onto street corners and open air performance spaces in New London on international Make Music Day. We explored the wide variety of melodies and rh...
    As the world reopens, the Hygienic Art Park hosted New Orleans pianist John 'Papa' Gros. Inspired by the experience, Rick Koster indulges in a bit of wistful but goofy no...
    Thanks to your suggestions, we tried the crispy chicken sandwiches from Mr. G's, Olio, Engine Room, and Hot Rod Cafe. ...

    Podcasts - Case Unsolved

    You might have noticed our growing selection of podcasts on www.theday.com. We started producing them almost five years ago as we continued evolving from a legacy newspap...
    Boston — The Case Unsolved podcast was among 11 first-place winners by The Day in the editorial and advertising awards presented this weekend by the New England Newspaper...
    When 26-year-old Erika Cirioni went missing New Year's Eve 2006, she left her family and friends distraught and desperate for answers. Who was she with that night? Was sh...
    Erika Cirioni's case isn't like the others we've explored on our podcast, "Case Unsolved." While there surely was a crime scene, police never found it. Until March 2012, ...
    Erika Cirioni was 26 when she went missing on New Year's Eve 2006. Her family immediately was concerned; even though she had turned to drugs in her later years, it wasn't...
    Since the first two episodes of the William Spicer Jr. murder podcast some questions have been raised about the initial police work. In a Bonus Episode, reporter Erica Mo...
    William Spicer Jr. was stabbed to death on March 15, 1995, on his Christmas tree farm in Groton. He was found dead inside his tan Ford Taurus on a dirt road at the 27-acr...
    William Spicer Jr. was stabbed to death on March 15, 1995, on his Christmas tree farm in Groton. He was found dead inside his tan Ford Taurus on a dirt road at the 27-acr...
    Mar. 17, 1980: The Two Faces of Bank Street  Apr. 7, 1984: Woman is found slain in Groton motel room Apr. 8, 1984: Police seeking murder suspect Apr. 9...
    Case Unsolved: The Story of Desiree Michaud continues with Episode 3. In Episode 2, we took you to the crime scene: a motel room in Groton where Desiree, an 18-year-old p...