The 24th Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team discuss Krzysztof Ratajski's fourth ProTour title and James Wade's fourth title of 2019, in addition to Jamie Lewis's shocking weekend in Wigan. The team also look ahead to the first Euro Tour event in the Czech Republic, including whether a few weeks off will be good for Michael van Gerwen. The team are joined by two guests. First, Luke Woodhouse talks about his first PDC senior quarter-final and his progression over the last few months. Then, Wayne Warren discusses his breakthrough couple of years in the BDO and his Grand Slam of Darts aspirations.
The 23rd Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Burton DeWitt and guest co-host Matt Kiernan. The team discuss Dave Chisnall's third title of 2019, as well as a breakthrough Euro Tour final debut for Chris Dobey, before discussing who surprised them at the second staging of the Danish Darts Open in Copenhagen. The team also recap the remarkable performances in Selsey by Beau Greaves and Leighton Bennett, as well as whether missing Blackpool is a black mark on Raymond van Barneveld's final season as a pro. The team are joined by PDC referee Kirk Bevins, who discusses his career and the new gamesmanship rule.
The 22nd Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team review Scotland's first-ever PDC World Cup triumph, as well as a sensational run to the final for the Republic of Ireland. The team also look ahead to the second Danish Darts Open, including what Michael van Gerwen's absence means for the event. The team are joined by Francis Carragher, who talks about his push up the BDO rankings and his hope for a World Championship debut this winter.
The 21st Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team preview the World Cup, including what to expect on debut for World Finalist Michael Smith and rising Dutch star Jermaine Wattimena. The team also pick out their dark horses for the competition before giving their tips. The team are joined by two guests. First, ever-present and Gibraltar's #1 Dyson Parody discusses his career in darts and his hopes ahead of the World Cup. Then, Michael Smith comes back on the show to talk about his surge over the past two years and pride to represent his country for the first time.