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Now displaying: October, 2022
Oct 27, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the European Championship.

Alex and Burton start this week's show with a look back at last week's block of four Players Championship events, and discuss Josh Rock's maiden ProTour title win as well as another title for Rob Cross.

Then, PDC commentator Dan Dawson (15:00) calls in to the show to review the season so far, including a return to a full European Tour schedule, as well as look ahead to this weekend's European Championship.

Alex and Burton continue the show with their preview of the European Championship, assess Michael van Gerwen's chances of winning a third straight TV ranking title, and also make a tip on who comes through the top half of the draw.

Next, Brazil's number Diogo Portela (48:03) stops by after recently winning the Central & South America Qualifier to earn a return to Alexandra Palace in December. Diogo talks through a nerve-jangling final day of the qualifier in Costa Rica, which saw him have to win a play-off to come out on top, and also looks at the current darts scene in South America as well as where his own game is right now.

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Oct 20, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the Gibraltar Darts Trophy.

Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last weekend's Gibraltar Darts Trophy and discuss if title winner Damon Heta can kick on in the majors during the rest of the year, and also if missed match darts in the final will impact runner-up Peter Wright going forward.

Then, recent European Tour finalist Andrew Gilding (13:32) stops by to look back on his career so far, his first run in the PDC and that infamous run to the UK Open semi-finals, as well as his resurgence in 2022, reaching multiple finals on the ProTour, and his hopes for the rest of the year.

Alex and Burton continue the show with a look at the European Championship draw for next week, before looking back at the Challenge Tour season and successes for Scott Williams, Robert Owen and Danny van Trijp.

Next, Grant Sampson (49:56) joins us after winning the South Africa Qualifier for the PDC World Championship. Grant talks through his time in darts so far, how he picked up the game again while at home during the pandemic, working with Charles Losper, and then beating Devon Petersen on the way to winning the qualifier to secure a debut at Ally Pally in December.

Alex and Burton then close out the show by giving their thoughts on the WDF's latest World Masters update, before delving into some listener questions!

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Oct 13, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Grand Prix.

Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last week's World Grand Prix and, after seeing Michael van Gerwen win his sixth double-start title, discuss if he is the best player in the world right now, and also look at runner-up Nathan Aspinall's chances of a Premier League call-up next year.

Then, World Grand Prix finalist Nathan Aspinall (13:42) calls in to reflect on the last six months, his return from injury, winning two ProTour titles, reaching his first major final in two years at the World Grand Prix, and his hopes for the rest of the season.

Alex and Burton continue the show with their review of the World Grand Prix before turning their attention to this weekend, and discuss which players the Gibraltar Darts Trophy is most important for.

Next, Danny van Trijp (46:48) stops by ahead of an important weekend in Leicester as he looks to secure his first PDC tour card on the Challenge Tour. The Dutchman talks through his career so far, playing his brother Wesley on the Development Tour, and a breakthrough 2022 which has seen him win two Challenge Tour titles and be in contention for a tour card and PDC World Championship debut.

Alex and Burton then close out the show by giving their thoughts on the PDC's recent 2023 calendar announcement, discuss trophies in the PDC, and also pick out their favourite moments from the last 30 years of the PDC.

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Oct 6, 2022

Host Alex Moss is back with another bonus episode during the World Grand Prix.

Matt Porter, the PDC's chief executive, calls in to look back on 2022 so far, the first year back to a full schedule of events for the darts leader, discuss the latest announcements on the Premier League, World Series and 2023 calendar, as well as answer some of your listener questions. Enjoy!

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Oct 5, 2022

Host Alex Moss is back with a bonus episode during the World Grand Prix.

The 2022 Development Tour concludes with the last four events of the season this weekend, with a spot in the Grand Slam of Darts, two spots in the PDC World Championship, and a pair of PDC tour cards up for grabs, and the PDC World Youth Championship will also be played down to the final this Sunday.

First, Keane Barry (1:17) calls in to look back on his first two years as a PDC tour card holder, including his first match win in the PDC World Championship last year, the run to the UK Open semi-finals, and his thoughts on the growing standard in the Development Tour.

Next, Dutch teenager Jurjen van der Velde (15:41) stops by to talk through his career so far, winning some of the biggest youth titles, including the World Masters and JDC World Championship, as well as claiming two titles on both the Challenge and Development Tours in the last two years.

Then, Conor Henegan (28:37) joins us to look back on a breakthrough year, winning his first PDC title on the Development Tour, as well as impressing in the Modus League, and his hopes to join the growing list of Irish players on the PDC main tour.

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