Nighttime is an award winning, nationally syndicated, audio documentary series covering unique stories from across Canada. Topics range from true crime and mysteries to the paranormal or the just plain weird.

Nighttime episodes feature in depth first research as well as interviews with relevant guests to provide listeners with a balanced and comprehensive telling of whichever story the show tackles.

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Jordan Bonaparte lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia with his family, a laptop, and an ever growing collection of books. 

Jordan balances his time between a career in the property insurance industry and his work as an independent journalist, operating primarily through the award winning audio series Nighttime which has gained over 5 million downloads since its launch in 2016.

With a history as a recording musician (in the popular Cape Breton based band Airport) and life long collector of unique stories and experiences, Jordan is respected for his ability to apply his open minded, boy next door personality to whichever strange tale he decides to introduce his listeners to.



2018 09 25 Nighttime to be broadcast nationally on radio - Cape Breton Post

2018 09 18 Nighttime podcast to be broadcast on radio nationally - Global News

2018 05 13 Jordan Reports on a vehicle collision in Halifax - CTV

2017 11 28 Halifax Vigil for Emma Fillipoff disappearance Anniversary - CBC

2017 11 22 Emma Fillipoff is (still) Missing - Victoria News

2017 11 01 Millions Tune in to Halifax Man's Spooky Podcast - Chronicle Herald

2017 08 22 Raising awareness of the Mekayla Bali Case - Yorkton this week

2017 02 13 Coverage of 'My Bloody Valentine'Series - Cape Breton Post

2016 10 27 Jordan Bonaparte's Halloween Podcast Playlist - The Coast

2016 07 16 Nighttime Profile - Telegraph Journal

2016 07 09 Nighttime Profile - Cape Breton Post

2016 04 22 J.Bonaparte is covering things that go bump in the night - The Coast

2016 01 27 Nighttime profile - The Signal

2016 01 11 NGnews article covering "Pictou County: Bigfoot Capital of Canada"

2015 11 03 CBC coverage of the launch of The Night Time Podcast