The 5th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap titles for Michael van Gerwen, Corey Cadby, and Krzysztof Ratajski, including whether Cadby has what it takes to match Rob Cross's sensational debut year. The team also look at the Scottish Open, discussing whether Richard Veenstra and Gary Robson could be contenders in the TV events later this year. The team are joined by Terry Jenkins, who talks about what brought him back onto the tour this year and his objectives for 2018. The team also have interviews with Morgan Smith, Lionel Sams, Dave Parletti, and Alex Roy from the Rileys UK Open Qualifier in Harlow, courtesy of Matthew Kiernan.
The 4th episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap the first weekend of ProTour action, where Michael van Gerwen won a pair of titles before Michael Smith won the final event on Sunday. The team also discuss the Dutch Open, where Mark McGeeney and Deta Hedman retained their titles alongside Vincent d'Hondt winning the first Dutch Open paradart event. The team recap the first week of Premier League, including Gary Anderson's injury, and give their (most likely incorrect) tips for week 2. We are joined this week by PDC statistical analyst Chirstopher Kempf, who gives his statistical look at the first weekend of ProTour action and what he is looking for in the numbers in 2018.
The 3rd episode of the 2nd series of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recap Michael van Gerwen's fourth successive Unibet Masters title, plus Raymond van Barneveld's brilliant run to the final. The team also discuss the first weekend of Challenge Tour action—including a maiden victory for Brazil's Diogo Portela—before giving their predictions for the first night of Premier League action. The team are joined by three guests. First, Portela joins to talk about his first PDC title and his goals on the Challenge Tour this season. Then, Peter Wright gives his bold projection for 20 titles in 2018. Finally, van Barneveld discusses his expectations of contending for and winning more major titles in the near future.