A special Christmas episode Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team recap the first eleven days of the 2020 PDC World Darts Championship, including a pair of wins for Fallon Sherrock and some vintage displays from the international qualifiers in the second year of the current format. In the first of a trio of guests, the team speak to Laura Turner about Sherrock's breakthrough success, before discussing North American darts with CDC chairman Peter Citera and statistics with PDC statistical guru Christopher Kempf.
A special mid-tournament (and Monday!) episode Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss, Burton DeWitt, and Hanna Frostman. The team look back on the first three days from Ally Pally, including shocking exits for Raymond van Barneveld and Rob Cross, as well as an underwhelming performance from the World #1. They also speak with Damon Heta and Robbie King who just arrived from Australia ahead of their World Championship debuts, as well as PDC manager Mac Elkin.
The 45th Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team conclude their two-part World Championship preview by giving their tips as to who will win it, plus some dark horses to look out for and some seeds who should be wary. Three guests join the boys this week. First, Ryan Joyce discusses how his game has improved as he tries to repeat last year's good run at the Ally Pally. Then, Benito van de Pas talks about how he feels his game is back on the up after a disappointing two seasons. Finally, TalkSport's Sam Ellard gives his take on who to watch out for in the World Championship field, plus discusses darts on the radio ahead of TalkSport's third successive broadcast from Alexandra Palace.
The 44th Episode of the 3rd Series of the Weekly Dartscast featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. The team begin their two-part preview of the World Championship by discussing how the expansion to 96 players worked in year one, as well as select their standout ties and standout quarters in the draw. The team are joined by three guests. First, Justin Pipe talks about how "coughgate" affected him and regaining his hunger to compete in 2019. Then, James Richardson speaks about his good history at the World Championships plus his hopes to push on even further next year. Lastly, Nitin Kumar discusses Indian darts and his progress in the game, as well as his desires to improve on his World Championship debut from 12 months ago.