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Weekly Dartscast

The Weekly Dartscast with Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt is your go-to darts podcast. Each week you'll hear interviews with guests from all around the world of darts, plus in-depth analysis on the latest news, tournaments and talking points in the game.
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Now displaying: January, 2024
Jan 25, 2024

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

The team look back at Luke Littler's incredible title win on his World Series of Darts debut and discuss how many senior titles he could win in his first year on the PDC senior tour.

Alex and Burton also look ahead to this weekend's next stop on the World Series, the Dutch Darts Masters, before continuing their look back at last week's action including the Challenge Tour and Las Vegas Open.

WDF men's world champion and new PDC tour card holder Andy Baetens (15:06) calls in to reflect on a memorable last eight weeks on the oche. 'The Beast From The East' looks back on his victory at Lakeside in December, and becoming the first Belgian to win a senior world title, and also discusses his successful week at Q-School which saw him earn his first PDC tour card. 

One of Germany's new PDC tour card holders Tim Wolters (42:36) also stops by to look back on a potentially life-changing week at European Q-School. Tim talks through how he first discovered darts, and then how he took a break from the game before picking up his darts again just three months before this year's Q-School. The German talks through his campaign at Q-School, winning a tour card for the first time, playing his idol Gary Anderson in the lead up to going to Q-School, and why getting on the PDC tour is a dream come true.

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Jan 18, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after Q-School!

The team look back at another dramatic week of action which saw 31 players earn two year tour cards to play on the PDC circuit for the next two years.

Alex and Burton pick out which players they're most excited to follow this year from the Q-School class of 2024, before giving their thoughts on the PDC's recent announced changes for the European Tour, as well as answering your questions in the return of the mailbag!

Leighton Bennett (16:59) calls in after winning his first PDC tour card at UK Q-School last week. The teenager looks back on the last three years, including a senior World Championship debut in the BDO at the age of just 14, how he bounced back from a tough period on the oche, and the emotions after securing a tour card in Milton Keynes at the weekend.

Patrick Geeraets (49:37) also stops by to look back his memorable week at European Q-School. The Dutchman was one of the surprise packages in Germany and won a tour card via the Order of Merit at the first attempt. Listen to Patrick talk through his experiences in the game, including how he overcame dartitis by playing in the dark, how his friends paid for his Q-School entry, and his hopes now for the next two years playing on the PDC tour.

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Jan 10, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the PDC World Darts Championship!

The team look back at a thrilling finale at Alexandra Palace which saw the new world number one Luke Humphries beat the teenage sensation Luke Littler 7-4 to win the title.

Alex and Burton also look back on the tournament as a whole and where it ranks in the 'best ever World Championship' debate, before giving their thoughts on the announced line-up for the Premier League, and also make their picks for Q-School this week.

Luke Humphries (19:04) chats to our producer Hanna and the rest of the media in his post-match press conference after winning the PDC World Darts Championship. Luke reflects on his victory against Luke Littler in the final, his journey to becoming world champion, and his plans to parade the trophy at Elland Road - the home of his beloved Leeds United.

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew (54:48) calls in to look back on the last three weeks at Alexandra Palace and give his thoughts on the champion Luek Humphries and runner-up Luke Littler. Jonathan discusses his love of the darts, the media coverage of Luke Littler during the World Championship, and who would be his dream darts player to interview!

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