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The Weekly Dartscast

Reviewing and previewing the week in world darts, from the BDO to the PDC and everywhere in between. Co hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by guests, including pros, pundits and punters, to discuss the latest happenings in the best sport in the world!
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Mar 21, 2019

The 11th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Raymond van Barneveld's first ProTour final in years, as well as Adrian Lewis's first title in nearly two years and Dave Chisnall's target of 15 or 16 titles. The team also discuss the Premier League and whether van Barneveld can turn his big weekend in a miracle escape act before Judgment Night. The team are joined by two guests. First, Steve McKibben talks about hynotherapy and his work with numerous darting stars. Then, Chris Murphy talks about the start to the ProTour season and what to watch for in the first Euro Tour event of 2019.

Mar 14, 2019

The 10th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team look back on the first five rounds of the Premier League season, including a discussion of the Contenders to date. The team also talk about Scott Waites return to form in the Isle of Man Open, as well as the controversial DRA fine for Northern Ireland's Mickey Mansell. The team are joined by five guests. First, we have three more of Matthew Kiernan's interviews from the UK Open, with Reece Robinson, Lloyd Browning, and Lee Harris. Then Alex talks to two of the UK's Disability Darts World Cup team, Snowy Dyson and Ricky Chilton.

Mar 7, 2019

The 9th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Nathan Aspinall's first major title at the UK Open in Minehead, as well as the remarkable number of big names to go out early in the FA Cup of Darts. The team also discuss whether there is any way back for Raymond van Barneveld in the Premier League and in the rest of his swansong season. The team are joined by five guests. First, Simon Stevenson talks about his run to the quarter-finals in Minehead and his progression over three years in the PDC. Then, Matthew Kiernan gives us a trio of interviews from the UK Open, including Riley's Qualifier Scott Taylor, Conan Whitehead, and Matthew Edgar. Finally, John Henderson stops in ahead of his big Premier League debut in Aberdeen on Thursday.

Feb 28, 2019

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt start off a special UK Open preview show by discussing the news that defending champion Gary Anderson will be making his first appearance of the season at Minehead this weekend. The team pick out players from outside the top 16 who could have a big run in the 'FA Cup of Darts' as well as highlighting the first session games they are most looking forward to. Then, Matthew Kiernan, The Darting Nerd, brings us interviews with Riley's London Victoria qualifier winner Rob Collins and ITV reporter Ned Boulting, who also competed in the qualifier (13:52). Next, the team discuss whether former tour card holders should be allowed to play in the Riley's qualifiers for the UK Open, and then pick out players from the Challenge Tour Order of Merit and Riley's qualifiers to watch out for in Minehead. After that, hot prospect Callan Rydz calls in to look ahead to playing in his first PDC major this weekend, narrowly missing out on a tour card at Q-School in each of the last two years, and his plans for the rest of 2019 (28:24). The team finish off by predicting who will be crowned 2019 UK Open champion on Sunday.

Feb 28, 2019

The 7th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast—and the first of two this week—featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Gerwyn Price's double in Barnsley and discuss whether he is now the second-best player in the world. The team also talk about finals for Gabriel Clemens and Ricky Evans, Ritchie Edhouse's hot start to 2018, and whether it's time to panic for anyone on the ProTour. The team are joined by Luke Humphries, who discusses his first year in PDC darts and his expectations for his Premier League debut and the rest of 2019.

Feb 21, 2019

The 6th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Glen Durrant's first PDC title, as well as Dimitri Van den Bergh's first ProTour final. The team also discuss whether Simon Whitlock can rebound from his slow start to the season, and recap the Scottish Open. The team are joined by four guests. First, Jamie Caven stops by after his semi-final in Scotland. Then, Matthew Kiernan provides us with three interviews, with Robert Owen, Colin Monk, and Michael Burgoine.

Feb 14, 2019

The 5th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the first weekend of the 2019 PDC ProTour, including Dave Chisnall's first title in about 18 months and Glen Durrant's first PDC final. The team also discuss whether Dimitri Van den Bergh can right his floor struggles before previewing week two of the Premier League. The team are joined by two guests. First, Darius Labanauskas discusses winning his Tour Card and making his PDC floor debut. Then Ryan Hogarth talks about his run to the Dutch Open final and his goals as he moves up the BDO rankings.

Feb 7, 2019

The 4th episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the PDC Masters, including whether James Wade is now Michael van Gerwen's chief rival for 2019. The team also discuss whether Mikuru Suzuki has stolen the title of best women's player from Lisa Ashton. Finally, the team preview the Premier League, and give their tips for the first round. Join the team on twitter and try to win a signed set of James Wade's darts, courtesy of Unicorn, in our picks competition.

Jan 31, 2019

The 3rd episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the first weekend of Challenge Tour action, as well as begin looking ahead to the 2019 season. The team also discuss the Dutch Open, with former winners Shaun Greatbatch and Martin Adams both dropping in.

Jan 24, 2019

The 2nd episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap both Q Schools, including Jamie Hughes's spectacular first day triumph, as well as finish up discussing Lakeside and Leighton Bennett's World Youth title. The team are joined by Leighton Bennett and BDO chairman Des Jacklin, both of whom spoke to Alex at the Lakeside a couple weeks ago. Then, Jamie Hughes discusses his disappointment at missing out 12 months ago and his aims to hit the ground running now that he has a Tour Card. Finally, Glen Durrant talks about his third Lakeside triumph and his transition to the PDC and full-time professional status.

Jan 17, 2019

The 1st episode of the 3rd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Glen Durrant's 3rd successive BDO World Championship, as well as Mikuru Suzuki's groundbreaking triumph at the Lakeside. The team also preview Q School, giving their tips as to who they think will win a Tour Card. The team are joined by six (yes six!) guests. First, Dave Parletti has a quick chat about his Lakeside debut. Then, Chris Mason recaps Lakeside as well as previewing the PDC's Q School. Finally, Matthew Kiernan speaks with four of the Q School hopefuls, including Nathan Derry, Nitin Kumar, Chas Barstow, and Dave Askew.

Jan 3, 2019

The 42nd episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Michael van Gerwen's third World Championship, as well as Michael Smith's run to his first major ranking final. The team also discuss a breakout fortnight for Nathan Aspinall, before turning to Lakeside to give their tips for the BDO World Championship. The team are joined by three guests. First, Nathan Aspinall discusses his remarkable World Championships. Then, Wes Newton talks about his first year in the BDO and his aspirations to win back his Tour Card. Finally, Deta Hedman expresses her hopes heading into her tenth Lakeside World Championship.

Dec 27, 2018

The 41st episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the first 11 days of the PDC World Championship, including the shock of six of the Premier League players bowing out before Christmas. The team discuss which of the unseeded players still left has been most impressive, as well as what tough early matches mean for Gary Anderson and James Wade's chances of lifting the title. The team also redo their tips after all the early carnage. The team are joined by two guests. First, King Adz drops in to discuss his book "Fear and Loathing on the Oche" and what it was like to meet the superstars of world darts. Then, PDC statistical analyst Christopher Kempf stops by to give his mathematical take on the World Championships to date.

Dec 17, 2018

The 40th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the Finder Darts Masters, including Richard Veenstra's first major final and Lisa Ashton's remarkable tenth major triumph. The team also review the first few days of the PDC World Darts Championship, including what Peter Wright's second round exit means for him and the tournament. The team are joined by two guests. First, Andy Hamilton discusses his first season in the BDO and his targets heading to Lakeside and Q School in January. Then, BDO Chairman Des Jacklin talks about his first few months in charge, including securing a venue and TV deal for the World Championships and the changes he's implemented since taking over.

Dec 13, 2018

The 39th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team preview the PDC World Darts Championship. The team discuss the expansion of the field to 96 players, as well as which first round ties excite them and which seeds stand in danger of departing in their first match. The team also give their predictions for the later rounds. The team are joined by three guests. First, Stephen Burton discusses his breakthrough couple of weeks, including his TV debut in Minehead and winning through the PDPA qualifier. Then, Luke Humphries and Richard North talk about their progression in PDC darts in exclusive interviews with Matthew Kiernan.

Nov 29, 2018

The 38th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Daryl Gurney's second major title, including his stunning final victory over Michael van Gerwen. The team also discuss Danny Noppert's first PDC major semi-final, as well as the controversy surrounding Ian White being thrown onto board 2 and the PDPA qualifier. The team are joined by two guests. First, Chris Dobey discusses his second major quarter-final and his preparation heading into the World Championship. Then, Daryl Gurney talks about his second major title, as well as his experiences playing in the Premier League for the first time this year.

Nov 22, 2018

The 37th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Gerwyn Price's first major title, as well as the controversial final between him and Gary Anderson. The team also discuss Raymond van Barneveld's retirement announcement before previewing both the Players Championship Final and PDPA Qualifier.

 

Nov 13, 2018

A special (unedited) episode 2nd of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt, recapping the group stage of the Grand Slam of Darts. Listen as the team recap all the action from the first four days in Wolverhampton, as well as look ahead to the Last 16 action.

Nov 8, 2018

The 36th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap a second TV title in a week for James Wade, as well as Michael Smith's close call with a maiden major triumph. The team also discuss the news out of the BDO that the World Championships will remain at Lakeside, before turning to their preview of the Grand Slam. The team are joined by two guests. First, Josh Payne stops in to talk about his progression since reaching the World Youth Championship final last year. Then, Gary Robson talks about his banner year, as well as what the new TV deal means for him and the BDO.

Nov 1, 2018

The 35th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap James Wade's first ranking TV title in seven years, as well as Premier League hope-boosting runs for Simon Whitlock, Joe Cullen, and Max Hopp. The team also discuss whether the crowd went too far in Dortmund in trying to help the German players, before turning to a preview of the World Series Finals. Two guests join this week. First, Mark McGeeney stops by to talk about his rise to the top of the BDO rankings and his aspirations ahead of the Grand Slam and Q School next year. Then, Maik Langendorf talks about his qualification for the World Series Finals and his hopes to win through the German Superleague Final to his first World Championship.

Oct 25, 2018

The 34th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap a remarkable double success for Krzysztof Ratajski to secure his spot in Minehead and on the Tour next year. The team also discuss surprise runs from Luke Humphries and Chris Dobey, as well as the World Series qualifiers. The team also preview the European Championship, including which first round matches they're looking forward to and give their predictions for the event.

Oct 18, 2018

The 33rd episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap another Euro Tour crown for Michael van Gerwen, plus a fourth final of 2018 for James Wade, and successful weekends for Jelle Klaasen, Richard North, and Martin Schindler. The team also preview the final ProTour weekend of 2018, including World Championship implications for a few big names. The team are joined by Adam Smith-Neale, who discusses what winning the World Masters means to him, opening new doors in darts.

Oct 11, 2018

The 32nd episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Michael van Gerwen's remarkable 30th major title, as well as missed opportunities for Peter Wright and Mensur Suljovic to claim a second title. The team also discuss Adam Smith-Neale's surprising World Masters crown in Bridlington, plus Glen Durrant's impressive week and whether Lisa Ashton deserved a Grand Slam invite. The team are joined by Madars Razma, fresh off his first senior PDC final and a pair of titles on the Nordic Tour in Iceland.

Oct 4, 2018

The 31st episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap ProTour titles for Max Hopp and Danny Noppert, as well as a potential Andrew Gilding resurgence. The team also preview the Winmau World Masters, including whether the field have closed the gap on Glen Durrant and who they think will lift dart's oldest major. The team are joined by Laura Turner, fresh off her first ranking title in over 17 years, as she looks ahead to the World Masters and a potential first appearance in the World Championship.

Sep 26, 2018

The 30th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap a third major television title in 2018 for Gary Anderson, as well as Peter Wright's recent run of victories on the big stage over Michael van Gerwen. The team also talk about Richard Veenstra's double in Bridlington, and Laura Turner's first ranking title in over 17 years. The team are joined by two guests. First, World Champion Rob Cross stops by to talk about life as the World Champ and what his next goals are. Then, Ricky Evans talks about his first Euro Tour final and his excitement ahead of his first appearance in the World Grand Prix.

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