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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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Jun 20, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and guest co-host Andrew Sinclair are back with a new episode after a busy weekend in the world of darts!

The boys start the show with a look back at the World Series action in Poland, and discuss how many titles Luke Littler can win in his first season on the PDC tour, before looking at the race to the World Matchplay ahead of a crucial weekend in Leverkusen.

Alex and Andrew also review the weekend's Women's Series action in Wigan, and give their thoughts on Lisa Ashton's title double on Sunday, before looking at the confirmed field for next month's Women's World Matchplay.

Cameron Carolissen (15:33) calls in ahead of making his PDC World Cup of Darts debut for South Africa next week. 'The Javelin' talks through his darts career so far, from being introduced to the game by his dad as a child to progressing through the ranks in South Africa, qualifying for the behind closed doors PDC World Championship to securing a World Cup debut after winning the Grand Final of the African Continental Tour.

Basem Mahmood and Duda Durra (51:53) also join us ahead of representing Bahrain at the PDC World Cup of Darts. Basem looks back on his darts career to date, from starting out in the 1990s to his big stage debut at last year's Bahrain Darts Masters and impressing on debut at the World Cup in 2023. Duda chats about his time in the game, rising through the ranks in Bahrain and winning through last month's qualifiers to secure his debut at the World Cup next week.

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The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

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Jun 14, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at the World Series action in Copenhagen, and discuss where the champion Gerwyn Price ranks in the best players of all-time debate, before delving into the weekend's Challenge Tour action in Leicester.

Alex and Burton also review the midweek ProTour action in Hildesheim, and give their thoughts on Alan Soutar's first PDC title success, before looking ahead to a crucial upcoming weekend on the Women's Series as the race to the Women's World Matchplay reaches its conclusion.

Lukasz Waclawski (16:59) joins the show ahead of a big weekend for darts in Poland. Lukasz looks back on last year's inaugural Poland Darts Masters, where he made his big-stage debut against Gerwyn Price, as well as reflects on his career in darts so far, including his title successes in Poland, as well as in Ukraine on the WDF circuit, his work as a coach and his Smart Darts Training program, and his future goals as a player himself.

Katie Sheldon (53:49) also calls in ahead of a big weekend playing on the Women's Series. The Irish youngster first reflects on the last few years, competing in the first ever Women's World Matchplay in 2022, going to Q-School for the first time, more team success representing Ireland, as well as her return to form at the start of this year's Women's Series and how she plans to approach the last four events before the cut off for the Matchplay this weekend.

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The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

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Jun 6, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at the World Series action in New York at the weekend, and discuss another stage title for Rob Cross and another stage final defeat for Gerwyn Price.

Burton also reflects on his visit to Madison Square Garden and what it was like to watch the darts live from a fan's perspective. The boys also give their thoughts on potential future destinations on the World Series, before finishing the show with a dip into the mailbag to answer your listener questions.

The Masters champion Stephen Bunting (17:11) calls in ahead of playing in the Nordic Darts Masters this weekend. 'The Bullet' looks back on his end to 2023, reaching the final day of the Grand Slam of Darts and the Players Championship Finals, before looking back on his first PDC major success at the Masters earlier this year. Stephen looks ahead to his first World Series appearance in 10 years this weekend and talks singing with an Elvis impersonator and his TikTok fame.

Latvia's number one Madars Razma (48:03) also joins the show ahead of competing in his 'home' World Series event this weekend. 'Razmatazz' reflects on the last three years, since playing in the first Nordic Darts Masters, making his debut in the World Matchplay and World Grand Prix, reaching his first major quarter-final and breaking into the world's top 32. Madars also talks playing his room mate Darius Labanauskas on the Euro Tour, the World Cup of Darts, and who are the other Latvian players to keep an eye out for.

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***

The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

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May 29, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the Premier League Play-Offs!

The team start the show with a look back at the Premier League finale last week, and discuss Luke Littler's first major title win, beating Luke Humphries in the final, and where it leaves the current darting landscape.

Alex and Burton also reflect on the weekend's action on the European Tour, which saw Josh Rock pick up his first senior stage title, as well as a run to the final for Jonny Clayton. The boys also look ahead to the US Darts Masters in New York this weekend.

Josh Rock (14:35) calls in to look back on a memorable weekend winning his first European Tour title. The Northern Ireland number one reflects on his victory in Rosmalen, and also chats about his end to 2023, reaching a maiden major quarter-final at the Grand Slam of Darts, and his hopes ahead of his upcoming World Cup of Darts debut next month.

Adam Sevada (41:28) also stops by ahead of making his big stage debut in the US Darts Masters this weekend. 'The Reaper' talks through his time in the game so far, from being introduced to darts as a teenager to playing in leagues and ADO tournaments, before branching out onto the CDC scene and winning through the qualifiers to earn a first appearance at Madison Square Garden this weekend.

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***

The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

***

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May 23, 2024

Alex Moss and guest co-host Hanna Frostman are back with a new episode ahead of the Premier League Play-Offs!

The team start the show with a look ahead to the Premier League finale on Thursday night, and discuss whether this is the best line-up ever for the play-offs, before predicting who they think will lift the trophy at The O2.

Alex and Hanna also reflect on the season and discuss whether this will be Peter Wright's Premier League farewell, take an early look at some of the teams for the PDC World Cup of Darts, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Brendan Dolan (10:02) calls in ahead of a crucial final weekend in the race for the PDC World Cup of Darts. 'The History Maker' reflects on his recent Players Championship title win, reaching double figures for PDC titles, some of his big-name scalps at the World Matchplay and World Championship last year, and his hopes for the rest of 2024.

Nick Rolls (39:14), the WDF's secretary general and referee, also stops by for a deep dive into all things WDF. Nick chats about the recent announcements on the World Masters and its confirmed return later this year, and moving to Hungary, as well as look back on the end of 2023 and their second World Championship, and much more.

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This Sunday, our co-host Alex will be supporting a 12 Hour Darts Marathon to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Come and support the event if you're in the area or click here to donate to a great cause.

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***

The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

***

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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May 16, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the final regular week of the Premier League season.

The team start the show with a look back at the Baltic Sea Darts Open from the weekend, where Rob Cross beat Luke Humphries to win his second European Tour title.

Alex and Burton also reflect on some of the events off the oche, including Humphries switching his walk-on song, look ahead to a crucial clash between Nathan Aspinall and Michael Smith in the Premier League this week, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Sky Sports commentator Rod Studd (16:43) calls in ahead of this week's penultimate Premier League night of the season in Sheffield. Rod takes a look back at the season so far, as well as how the media interest has grown in darts following the emergence of Luke Littler, before discussing his own darts ratings he compiles with fellow commentator Wayne Mardle, and his most memorable darts interviews working for Sky.

Andy Davidson (47:44) also stops by after his impressive debut at the MODUS Super Series. Andy reflects on winning the week to qualify for Champions Week next week, as well as his time in the game so far. The Scot talks through his past health problems that cut short his last Q-School campaign in 2023, his upturn in form through the ADC system over the last six months, and his plans for the rest of 2024 after the biggest darts payday of his career so far.

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***

The Weekly Dartscast is excited to announce it has agreed a new sponsorship deal with kwiff.

A growing name in the sports betting sector, kwiff was an official sponsor of the 2023 WDF Lakeside World Championships and has also worked with several other big names in the darts industry.

Set up an account and enjoy a flutter on the darts by opening an account on the kwiff website or via their app (iOS / Android). 18+. Terms and conditions apply. Begambleaware.org – please gamble responsibly.

***

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May 10, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after a busy week of darts in Hildesheim.

The team start the show with a look back at the two Players Championship events, which saw Michael Smith and Brendan Dolan win their first ranking titles of the season.

Alex and Burton also reflect on the latest weekend of Development Tour action, discuss the early contenders for the WDF World Championships, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Glen Durrant (15:34) calls in ahead of commentating on the Baltic Darts Sea Open on the European Tour this weekend. The former Premier League champion looks back on his end to 2023 which saw him earn a commentary call-up with Sky Sports, working at the Grand Slam and the World Championship, and also discusses his future plans as a player, his new role with the PDPA and if Burton is a bigger Middlesbrough fan than him!

Connor Scutt (46:45) also stops by after a memorable weekend which saw him win the Denmark Open. Connor reflects on his first ranking title in the senior ranks which also secured him an automatic spot at Lakeside in December, and also discusses the last six months, making his Ally Pally debut, narrowly missing out on regaining his tour card at Q-School, and his plans for the rest of 2024.

***

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May 3, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at events in Graz over the weekend, where Luke Littler won his second European Tour title of the season after beating Joe Cullen 8-4 in the final.

Alex and Burton also take a look at the race to qualify for the World Matchplay, discuss Joe Cullen's eye-catching comments about the ProTour, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Beau Greaves (15:01) calls in to reflect on a memorable debut at the MODUS Super Series. Beau looks back on her historic week becoming the first female player to win a week in the competition, and also the first player to go unbeaten in a week, and also looks back on her end of 2023, becoming a back-to-back WDF women's world champion, and her start to 2024, including her foray into the Development Tour and hitting three 180s in a row in one leg at the Dutch Open!

Matt Dennant (49:36) also stops by ahead of a busy week of darts on the ProTour in Germany next week. Matt looks back at his time in darts so far, from hitting a 180 at the age of 10 in his local pub league to winning titles on the Youth and Challenge Tours in the PDC, as well as his first run with a tour card in 2016-17, that infamous game at Q-School with Glen Durrant, regaining his tour card at the start of this year, and his goal to qualify for Ally Pally for the first time this season.

***

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***

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Apr 25, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at events in Sindelfingen over the weekend, where Gary Anderson beat Ross Smith 8-6 to win his first European Tour title in 10 years.

Alex and Burton also review the second weekend of the Women's Series season, before looking at the race for the Premier League play-offs with four weeks to go, and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Gemma Hayter (14:21) calls in to discuss her impressive debut season so far on the Women's Series, reaching two semi-finals and a quarter-final, and claiming several big-name scalps along the way. Gemma also discusses her time in the game so far, making her England debut in 2016, then taking a break from the game shortly after before taking inspiration from Luke Littler's World Championship run to pick up the darts again.

Dom Taylor (38:11) joins us ahead of making his European Tour debut at the Austrian Darts Open this weekend. Dom looks back on the last three years, narrowly missing out on a tour card through the Development Tour and Q-School, an eye-catching run to a Players Championship semi-final last October, his success at this year's Q-School, going full-time as a darts player, and his hopes for the rest of his debut season on the tour.

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Apr 18, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at events in Riesa over the weekend, where Martin Schindler won his first PDC senior title, beating Gerwyn Price in the final of the International Darts Open.

Alex and Burton also look back at the CDC Cross Border Challenge from the weekend, before looking ahead to another stacked weekend of action and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

Martin Schindler (17:20) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend in Riesa, winning his maiden PDC senior title at the International Darts Open. Martin discusses his landmark win on home soil which saw him become the new German number one, along with his other achievements over the last few years, becoming a regular in the major tournaments, climbing up into the world's top 32, reaching a World Cup semi-final and more.

Alex Spellman (54:38) also stops by to discuss his victory at the CDC Cross Border Challenge at the weekend. Alex reflects on his latest title win in the CDC ranks, throwing a nine-dart finish in Friday's first round, as well as look back at an impressive 2023 campaign which helped secure a World Championship debut at Alexandra Palace, before delving into an up and down week at Q-School in January which saw him almost end up with a PDC tour card.

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Apr 11, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at this week's ProTour action so far, and the double-header of Players Championship events in Leicester. The boys discuss the prospects for Monday's finalists Chris Dobey and Josh Rock, and whether recent Euro Tour winner and Tuesday's runner-up Luke Humphries is the best player in the world right now.

Alex and Burton also look back at the Premier League season so far, preview a bumper weekend of action and answer your listener questions in the mailbag.

George Killington (16:22) joins us in his first interview since signing with Mission Darts. George looks back on his career in the game so far, starting out on the PDC Youth Tour from the age of 13, his first two runs with a tour card, big changes on and off the oche in 2024 and his hopes for the rest of the season ahead.

Peter Citera (44:24), the CEO of the Championship Darts Corporation also calls in ahead of the Cross Border Challenge this weekend. Peter chats all things North American darts, as the CDC prepares for its 10th year, discussing Stowe Buntz's rise last year, the first staging of the Cross Border Challenge last year, the birth of the CDLC, and the CDC's future plans to continue growing the game in North America.

***

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Apr 6, 2024

Alex Moss is back with a brand new on the road episode at the Premier League in Manchester!

We start this special edition of the podcast by chatting with the PDC chief executive Matt Porter, who looks back on the last few months and what impact the 'Luke Littler Effect' has had on the PDC, the changes to the European Tour qualifying structure for this season, the recent increase in media attention and 'click bait darts headlines', and also some of your listener questions.

We also bring you the media scrums from Nathan Aspinall (19:31), who reflects on a memorable homecoming in Manchester, and the night's champion Luke Littler (30:01) reacts to going top of the Premier League.

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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.

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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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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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Feb 29, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look ahead to the return of 'The FA Cup of Darts' this weekend, and discuss if this will be the year that the elite will regain the trophy, as well as pick out their darkhorses and pick of the opening session ties in Minehead.

Alex and Burton also review the first Development Tour action of the year, and focus on women's world champion Beau Greaves' debut, before finishing up the show with an extended mailbag!

Ian White (17:22) joins Alex at Darts Corner HQ to look back on his last 12 months on the PDC tour, returning to Ally Pally at the end of last season, his hopes for 2024 after keeping hold of his tour card, playing Luke Littler and his grandad, and much more.

Brandon Western (46:41) also calls in ahead of making his PDC major debut this weekend as one of the Riley's qualifiers. Brandon talks through his time in the game so far, from beating Martin Adams in an exhibition in his early days, taking seven years out from playing with dartitis, and his comeback to the sport which has led to him earning a spot in this year's UK Open.

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Feb 24, 2024

Alex Moss is back with a special bonus episode of the podcast as we take a closer look at the growing darts scene in the armed forces!

WO2 Lee Fox and Cpl Zara Durrant call in to discuss all things darts in the military. Lee and Zara share their journey so far in trying to get darts recognised as a sport in the armed forces and what they have achieved so far.

Lee and Zara also tell us about the launch of the Defence Darts Community, and their Online League, as well as their upcoming Operation BULLSEYE event this summer.

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Feb 22, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at this week's latest action on the PDC ProTour, which saw Players Championship title wins for Ryan Searle and Damon Heta.

Alex and Burton also review the World Seniors Championship, and John Henderson's victory at the Circus Tavern, as well as give their thoughts on the announced changes to the seniors tour at the weekend.

WO2 Lee Fox and Cpl Zara Durrant (14:55) call in to discuss all things darts in the military. Lee and Zara share their journey so far in trying to get darts recognised as a sport in the armed forces and what they have achieved so far. Follow Lee and Zara on Twitter and listen to the full one-hour interview on a special bonus episode available from tomorrow!

Jason Francis (47:41) also calls in to reflect on last week's World Seniors Championship and discuss the changes to the seniors tour. The co-promoter of the World Seniors Darts Tour also chats about Phil Taylor's retirement plans for this year, current broadcast deals and plans for future years on how to grow the seniors game. 

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Feb 15, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back during a busy week in the world of darts.

The team start the show with a look back at the first double-header of Players Championship events in 2024, and discuss if Monday's winner Luke Littler can qualify for the World Matchplay in his first year on the tour, as well as if Tuesday's champion Gary Anderson can translate his floor form into deep runs on the stage.

Alex and Burton also preview the upcoming World Seniors Championship and make their predictions for who will win the title at the Circus Tavern on Sunday, as well as how Phil Taylor will fare in his final World Championship campaign in his final year of competitive darts.

Phil Taylor (18:36) calls in for the first time to reflect on his iconic career in the game. The 16-time world champion discusses his early years in the sport, being taken under Eric Bristow's wing and then beating his mentor to win the Lakeside on his debut in 1990, breaking away to help form the PDC in the mid-90s, the fame at the height of his career, why he has decided this will be his last year playing in the World Seniors, and his plans for retirement.

John Henderson (46:59) also stops by ahead of his debut in the World Seniors Championship this week. The former World Cup winner looks back on life after winning that tournament in 2021, why he didn't kick on after that victory, losing his tour card and what the last two years have been like away from the PDC tour, rediscovering his love for the game last year, narrowly missing out on a tour card via the Challenge Tour, and his hopes for the rest of 2024.

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Feb 8, 2024

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

The team start the show with a look back at the weekend's action in Milton Keynes, and discuss Stephen Bunting's run to a first PDC major title, as well as give their thoughts on Peter Wright's eye-catching comments after his second-round win on Saturday.

Alex and Burton also reflect on the action at the Dutch Open, which saw Beau Greaves regain the women's title and Jarno Bottenberg check out a title-winning 131 finish to claim the men's trophy. The team also delve into the draw for next week's World Seniors Championship and answer your questions in the mailbag.

Returning PDC tour card holder Jeffrey de Graaf (16:35) calls in ahead of the first events of the 2024 PDC ProTour next week. The Dutch-born Swede talks through his career so far, from debuting at Lakeside, reaching a BDO major final and his first stint with a PDC tour card to moving from the Netherlands to Sweden, his first win at Ally Pally in December and his dramatic final day at European Q-School last month which saw him regain his tour card.

Newly crowned Dutch Open champion Jarno Bottenberg (50:36) also stops by after his memorable victory in Assen at the weekend. The Dutchman looks back on his first WDF ranking title and explains why it was a 'home game' for him, and also discusses his career so far in the game, including his first appearance at the Lakeside last December and his plans now for the rest of 2024 after already securing his spot in this year's WDF World Championships.

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Feb 1, 2024

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the new Premier League season.

The team start the show by reflecting on the results from the annual Weekly Dartscast Awards, which saw our listeners crown Luke Humphries as the Player of the Year and Andrew Gilding as our Guest of the Year.

Alex and Burton look ahead to the start of this year's Premier League, and discuss their favourite moments from the tournament's history, before moving on to the Masters and pick out their favourite ties from Friday's first-round line-up.

Sky Sports and ITV commentator Stuart Pyke (15:43) calls in ahead of a busy week of darts. Stuart reflects on being in the commentary box for 'The Greatest Leg' last year, and gives his thoughts on Luke Humphries and Luke Littler ahead of their first Premier League campaigns, as well as Peter Wright's current form heading into the tournament.

The reigning Masters champion Chris Dobey (47:25) also stops by ahead of starting his title defence in Milton Keynes on Friday night. Chris looks back on the last 12 months, his debut season in the Premier League last year, and how he plans to bounce back from World Championship heartache with a strong showing in 2024.

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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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