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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: March, 2024
Mar 28, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after another busy weekend in the world of darts.

The team start the show with a look back at the opening weekend of the new PDC Women's Series weekend, and discuss Noa-Lynn van Leuven's first title, and the race to be number one seed for the Women's World Matchplay between Fallon Sherrock and Beau Greaves.

Alex and Burton also look back at the World Seniors Champion of Champions at the weekend and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Lukas Wenig (18:48) calls in ahead of playing in front of his home crowd on the European Tour in Munich this weekend. The German looks back on his career so far, how he discovered darts, heartbreak at Q-School in 2022, winning his first PDC tour card earlier this year, and a potential arm wrestle against Gerwyn Price in the future!

Richie Howson (50:45) also stops by to reflect on a memorable weekend, winning the World Seniors Champion of Champions. Mr Essex chats about his title success on Sunday, picking up his first seniors TV title after three final defeats last year, a potential title defence of his Viking Cup trophy, and tells us what he sang on the karaoke in Blackpool on Friday night!

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Mar 22, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the latest Players Championship double header.

The team start the show with a look back at Players Championships 5 and 6 earlier this week, which saw Raymond van Barneveld and Dave Chisnall pick up their first titles of the season.

Alex and Burton also look back at the latest weekend of Challenge Tour action, preview the return of the Women's Series, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Noa-Lynn van Leuven (15:36) calls in after making history on the Challenge Tour at the weekend. Noa-Lynn looks back on her memorable weekend in Germany and winning the title on her debut, as well as her 2023 campaign, debuting at the Women's World Matchplay, her plans for the rest of 2024 and a possible ProTour call up and much more.

Nick McLoughlin (39:41) also stops by to discuss the upcoming release of his new book 'Slings and Arrows'. Nick chats about his first novel, which is being described as 'the darts version of The Full Monty', how he got the idea for the book, and what darts fans can expect when they read it.

Pre-order your copy of Nick McLoughlin's 'Slings and Arrows' here or wherever books are sold (publish date March 28, 2024). 

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Mar 14, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at the first European Tour event of the season, which saw Luke Littler continue his incredible start to life on the PDC circuit by throwing another nine darter and winning the title!

Alex and Burton also discuss the post-match incident between Littler and Ricardo Pietreczko after their semi-final clash, as well as look at future destinations for the Premier League in future years, before finishing up the show by answering your questions in the mailbag!

ITV's darts presenter Jacqui Oatley (13:42) calls in to talk through her career in sports media, how she got into the industry and how the gig to front ITV's coverage of the darts came about in 2015. Jacqui also discusses her various working roles as a presenter, commentator and reporter, and why she loves working on the darts and her favourtie moments so far being involved as part of the broadcast.

The newly crowned Isle of Man Classic champion Vicky Pruim (49:27) stops by to reflect on her impressive weekend which saw her beat Beau Greaves in the final to get back in the winners circle. The Belgian-born, Swedish international, who now lives in the UK, looks back on her career in the game so far, from how she got introduced to darts in her childhood to winning a bunch of senior titles and competing in Women's World Championships and become a WDF World Cup champion.

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This podcast is brought to you in association with Darts Corner - the number one online darts retailer! Darts Corner offers the widest selection of darts products from over 30 different manufacturers. 

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Mar 7, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the UK Open!

The team start the show with a look back at 'The FA Cup of Darts' and Dimitri Van den Bergh's run to the title, beating Luke Humphries 11-10 in a thrilling final to become a two-time major winner.

Alex and Burton also pick out their main take aways from the tournament, including impressive campaigns from Damon Heta, Ricky Evans and Martin Lukeman, before finishing up the show by answering your questions in the mailbag!

The newly crowned UK Open champion Dimitri Van den Bergh (15:10) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend in Minehead. The Belgian number one looks back on his last few years on the oche, explains why he started working with a sports psychologist this year, his run to a second major title at the UK Open, and looks ahead to his homecoming in Belgium on the Euro Tour this weekend.

The boss of The Sportsman Management Company, Mac Elkin (50:52), also stops by to discuss Dimitri Van den Bergh's UK Open title success on Sunday night. Mac chats about the last few years for Dimitri on and off the oche, how they agreed an extension on their deal together this year, and also gives his thoughts on several other players in his stable including Jenson Walker, Kevin Doets, Adam Gawlas and Dom Taylor.

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This podcast is brought to you in association with Darts Corner - the number one online darts retailer! Darts Corner offers the widest selection of darts products from over 30 different manufacturers. 

Check out Darts Corner here: UK site US site Netherlands site

Check out Condor Darts here: UK site

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Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email weeklydartscast@gmail.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure!

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Enjoy our podcast?

Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast

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Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Thomas Page, Connor Ellis

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