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Nov 18, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a bonus episode during the Grand Slam of Darts.

Alex and Burton look back at the tournament so far, including the memorable first meeting between Michael van Gerwen and Josh Rock last night, as well as a resurgent run to the quarter-finals from Raymond van Barneveld, before making their quarter-final picks and predicting who will lift the Eric Bristow Trophy on Sunday night.

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Nov 11, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the Grand Slam of Darts.

First, Luke Woodhouse (15:59) calls in ahead of making his debut in the Grand Slam this weekend. Luke looks back at his last few years on the PDC tour, including his World Championship debut in 2019, as well as the infamous nine darter in his kitchen during the PDC Home Tour, and winning through Sunday's qualifier to book a first appearance in the Grand Slam.

Next, reigning PDC World Cup champion Simon Whitlock (39:37) makes his Weekly Dartscast debut. The former major winner joins us to reflect on his long career in the game, including his World Championship debut at the Circus Tavern almost 20 years ago, winning Australia's first PDC World Cup alongside Damon Heta this summer, and looks ahead to his return to the Grand Slam this weekend.

Then, Challenge Tour Order of Merit winner Scott Williams (59:55) stops by to look back on the last few months, adding a record fourth Challenge Tour title on his way to finishing top of the Order of Merit, and qualifying for a first appearance in the Grand Slam. Scott discusses being in the 'group of death', and also gives his thoughts on an exciting end to the year which will see him also make debuts in the Players Championship Finals and PDC World Championship.

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Nov 3, 2022

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

Alex and Burton start this week's show with a look back at the European Championship and discuss Ross Smith's run to a first major title as well as another final defeat for Michael Smith.

Then, the newly-crowned European Championship winner Ross Smith (14:13) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend in Dortmund, winning his maiden major title, and where he hopes to take his career from here.

Alex and Burton continue the show with a look back at the final weekend of the PDC Women's Series and discuss Beau Greaves continuing her dominant streak, as well as take a look at the overall state of the women's game heading into 2023.

Next, the reigning WDF women's world champion Beau Greaves (49:23) stops by to reflect on another clean sweep of titles on the PDC Women's Series at the weekend, securing a debut at Ally Pally next month, and her plans for the rest of the year before making her first appearance in the biggest tournament in darts.

Finally, Alex and Burton round off the show with a look ahead to this weekend and the final two Players Championships of the year, as well as the Grand Slam qualifiers, plus discuss if Ross Smith's title win was the most surprising major victory in PDC history.

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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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Sep 29, 2022

Co-host Alex Moss and guest co-host Lendel Faria are back with a new episode ahead of the World Grand Prix.

Alex and Lendel start the show with a look back at last weekend's Belgian Darts Open, and discuss champion Dave Chisnall's major prospects, as well as reflect on runner-up Andrew Gilding's incredible 2022 so far.

Then, we review the PDC Asian Championship and discuss how the first staging of the new event went and what the future could hold for it.

Alex and Lendel then close out the show with a preview of the World Grand Prix, discussing who the favourite should be, which first-round ties they're most looking forward to, and give their predicted finalists and winner, as well as pick out a dark horse. Enjoy!

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Sep 23, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Series of Darts Finals.

Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last weekend's World Series of Darts Finals, and discuss where Gerwyn Price ranks in the top 10 and PDC top 10 of all time after winning his ninth TV title, as well as look at where Dirk van Duijvenbode goes from here after falling just short of a maiden stage title in the PDC.

Then, the legend Paul Lim (15:37) calls in from Japan ahead of playing in the first ever PDC Asian Championship this weekend. Paul looks back on his last 12 months, playing in both the PDC and World Seniors Championships, returning to Lakeside, and outlines his hopes to qualify again for Ally Pally this year.

Alex and Burton continue the show with a look back at last weekend's Challenge Tour action, focusing on title wins for Robert Owen, Christian Kist, Jurjen van der Velde and Wesley Plaisier, before looking ahead to this weekend's European Tour event in Belgium and pick out which players are most in need of a run.

Plus, ITV pundit and commentator Chris Mason (46:17) stops by to give his thoughts on the World Series of Darts Finals, the current landscape at the top end of the PDC, and also discusses his recent PDC podcast appearance, and looks ahead to playing in the Modus Super Series later this year.

Alex and Burton then close out the show with a look ahead to the PDC Asian Championship this weekend, as well as discuss the current field of international qualifiers for the PDC World Championship, and the WDF's update on the World Masters.

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Sep 16, 2022

Co-host Alex Moss and special guest co-host Andrew Sinclair are back with a new episode ahead of the World Series of Darts Finals.

First, Alex and Andrew start the show with a look back at last weekend's German Darts Open, discuss title winner Peter Wright's form since returning from surgery, and also the continued withdrawals and byes on the European Tour this year.

Then, Mac Elkin (15:21), the boss of The Sportsman Management Company Ltd, stops by to chat about his stable of players, including James Wade, Dimitri Van den Bergh, Jose De Sousa, Glen Durrant, Justin van Tergouw, but not Keegan Brown!

Also, Alex and Andrew turn their attention to the World Series of Darts Finals, pick out their favourite first-round ties and also make a predicition on who will lift the title in Amsterdam on Sunday night.

Plus, Matthew Kiernan (41:06) brings us a selection of interviews from his time at the recent Champion of Champions in Cardiff. Matthew chats to PDC tour card holder and friend of the show Connor Scutt, Robert Owen and the head of marketing for Winmau and Red Dragon, Simon Hall.

Alex and Andrew then wrap up the show with a deep dive into darts away from the PDC, giving their thoughts on the newly-named Modus Super Series, as well as the latest goings on in both the WDF and ADC.

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Sep 1, 2022

Host Alex Moss is back with a new episode after another busy weekend in the world of darts.

First, WDF women's world champion Beau Greaves (1:34) calls in after an historic weekend out in Germany, completing a clean sweep of four titles on her return to the PDC Women's Series.

Then, Gian Van Veen (16:35) stops by to reflect on a breakthrough 2022 so far, winning his maiden PDC titles on the Challenge Tour and Development Tour, as well as making his Players Championship and European Tour debuts.

Plus, Marc Inhelder (31:22) joins us to talk all things darts in Switzerland. The co-founder of the Swiss Darts Corporation talks through their current plans and future goals to grow the game, and how the SDC Tour is bringing a more professional set up for tournaments in Switzerland.

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Aug 28, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Matthew Kiernan are back with a new episode of Under The 128. The duo continue to delve into the world of all things darts away from the 128 PDC tour card holders. In this episode, Alex and Matthew look at the latest goings on in the WDF, ADC, UKDA, Online League and much, much more. Enjoy!

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Aug 25, 2022

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

First, New Zealand's Bernie Smith (15:32) calls in ahead of making his return to the World Series this weekend. Bernie looks back on his career in the game so far, including playing in the PDC World Championship, following in his dad's footsteps by winning the New Zealand National Championship and more. 

Then, Kayden Milne (45:02) calls in ahead of making his World Series debut in New Zealand this weekend. Kayden talks through how he started out playing, coming through the qualifiers to book his spot in a World Series event and more. 

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Aug 18, 2022

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

First, Raymond O'Donnell (13:56) calls in from Australia ahead of playing in his first World Series event for four years, in the New South Wales Darts Masters, this weekend. Raymond talks through his time playing darts, his first experience of the World Series playing Raymond van Barneveld in Melbourne in 2018, and much, much more.

Then, last week's Online League champion Graham Hall (40:23) stops by to reflect on a busy 2022 so far. Graham talks through how he got started in darts as a teenager, winning a Challenge Tour title back in 2013, and on to this year, reaching the UK Open fourth round, as well as two WDF ranking finals, and outlines his goal to qualify for the 2023 WDF World Championship.

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Aug 11, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the World Series in Australia this weekend.

First, Australia's Gordon Mathers (11:47) chats to Matthew Kiernan at a local open and looks ahead to playing in the World Series triple header Down Under, before an important run in to try and save his PDC tour card.

Next, Joe Comito (30:46) calls in from Australia ahead of making his World Series debut in the Queensland Darts Masters this weekend. Joe looks back at his time in darts so far, including his early successes in his 20s, including winning the Australian Masters in 2005, and explains what gave him the bug to play more this year.

Then, Bailey Marsh (59:27) joins us from Australia to look ahead to also look ahead to his World Series debut later this week. Bailey talks through his darts career so far, playing online against Luke Littler, winning events on the DPA Satellite Tour and winning through the qualifiers to secure a TV debut this weekend.

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Jul 29, 2022

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

First, we hear from the newly-crowned Women's World Matchplay champion Fallon Sherrock (14:19) who reflects on her title win in Blackpool with our producer Hanna and the rest of the media in her post-final press conference at the Winter Gardens.

Next, former major semi-finalist David Pallett (28:48) joins us to look back on his career in the game so far, playing for England at youth and senior level, moving on to the PDC tour in 2013, the 2018 UK Open semi-final run, as well as recently winning his first WDF ranking title, followed by a maiden PDC title on the Challenge Tour in back-to-back weekends.

Plus, Australia's Raymond Smith (1:04:46) stops by after securing an unexpected return to Ally Pally for the PDC World Championship at the end of this year. After his run to the last 16 in the big one last December, Raymond talks through his 2022 so far and his late call up to play in the recent DPA Satellite Tour Play-Offs, which he went on to win to book another trip to the UK later this year.

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Jul 23, 2022

Producer Hanna Frostman is back with a special episode from the Winter Gardens ahead of the inaugural Women's World Matchplay.

In this special episode you will hear from Lisa Ashton (00:37), Aileen de Graaf (08:37), Laura Turner (16:03), Katie Sheldon (25:34), Lorraine Winstanley (32:48), Chloe O'Brien (40:24) and Rhian Griffiths (50:13) ahead of playing in the first Women's World Matchplay on Sunday.

Plus, Sky Sports reporter Polly James (54:54) and talkSPORT's Abigail Davies (1:07:17) also stop by ahead of a ground-breaking day in the women's game.

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Jul 14, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a bumper episode ahead of the World Matchplay.

First, Sky Sports commentator Stuart Pyke (6:22) calls in to look back on the last 12 months, calling in that memorable Willie Borland nine darter, as well as pay tribute to his former colleagues Nigel Pearson and John Gwynne, who both sadly passed away.

Next, world number one Peter Wright (36:48) joins us as he prepares for the defence of his World Matchplay title in Blackpool. Peter reflects on his season so far, reaching the top of the world rankings for the first time, and also gives us his tip for contention for this year's Tip of the Year award!

Also, rising star Rowby-John Rodriguez (1:00:26) stops by ahead of his World Matchplay debut this weekend. The recent European Tour finalist looks back on the last 12 months, including that run to a first World Cup final, the dramatic last day of Q-School to win back his tour card and an impressive late push to make the World Matchplay.

Plus, two-time world champion Adrian Lewis (1:20:00) returns to the show ahead of his return to Blackpool. Adrian reflects on the last few years, winning a title in Barnsley last weekend, drawing Michael van Gerwen in the first round of the World Matchplay, and his hopes for the rest of 2022.

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Jul 6, 2022

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

First, former world champion and current commentator Mark Webster (17:10) calls in to look back on the first half of 2022, including the return of a full European Tour season, his 170 finish in an exhibition in Germany, and his playing plans for the rest of the year.

Next, World Seniors Darts Tour co-promoter Jason Francis (48:01) stops by to reflect on the first year of televised events from the WSDT, as well as delve into some listener questions and look ahead to a busy second year for the tour in 2023.

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Jun 30, 2022

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

First, Jelle Klaasen (13:56) calls in to look back on his recent victory in the Dutch Open, securing a return to Lakeside for the WDF World Championship, and his hopes for the rest of 2022.

Next, Keith Deller (42:06) joins us ahead of playing in the World Seniors Matchplay this weekend. The 1983 world champion reflects on playing in the first two World Seniors events and what it's been like being back playing on TV again. 

Then, Peter Evison (1:12:37) stops by ahead of his return to playing on TV this weekend, and talks through how his preparation has gone for playing in his first World Seniors event. 

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Jun 23, 2022

Alex Moss and guest co-host Andrew Sinclair are back with a new episode after the PDC World Cup of Darts.

First, one half of the newly-crowned PDC World Cup champions Damon Heta (15:40) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend in Frankfurt, winning Australia's first PDC World Cup, alongside Simon Whitlock.

Next, Scott Williams (47:39) stops by to look back on a breakthrough year so far, winning his first ProTour title out in Germany last week, joining a short list of non tour card holders to win a Players Championship event, the blind 180 while on England duty at the weekend, and his hopes for the rest of 2022.

Then, Italy's two-time national champion Aurora Fochesato (1:13:01) joins us to chat about her career so far, how she got into darts, her record-breaking run to the JDC World Championship semi-finals last year, meeting her idol Fallon Sherrock at the last PDC Women's Series, and her aim to be the first female Italian to qualify for the WDF World Championship.

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Jun 16, 2022

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the PDC World Cup of Darts.

First, Poland's rising star Sebastian Bialecki (14:29) calls in to look back on a breakthrough last 15 months, throwing a nine darter in his PDC major debut, winning three PDC titles, as well as reaching the UK Open quarter-finals. Sebastian also looks ahead to making his debut in the PDC World Cup of Darts for Poland this week.

Next, new PDC tour card holder Tony Martinez (40:40) stops by to talk through his time in the game, explain why he decided to enter Q-School this year, reflect on his first few months on the PDC tour, and look ahead to his PDC World Cup of Darts debut for Spain this week.

Then, Gibraltar's World Cup duo Craig Galliano and Justin Hewitt (58:06) join us ahead of pairing up together at the PDC World Cup of Darts for the second time this week. Craig reflects on his darts since making his World Cup debut in 2020, making back-to-back quarter-finals on the Development Tour, and then going one better and reaching a semi-final earlier this year. Justin talks through how he started out playing the game, his experiences of playing on the Development Tour and European Tour, as well as the last two years playing for Gibraltar in the PDC World Cup of Darts.

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Jun 13, 2022

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

Alex and Burton reflect on a dramatic finals night in Berlin, which saw Michael van Gerwen win a record-equalling sixth Premier League title, after surviving a match dart in the decider to beat Joe Cullen 11-10 in the final.

Our co-hosts also touch on the Nordic Darts Masters last weekend, and discuss whether runner-up Gary Anderson will be selected again for the Premier League, and also take an early look at the potential line up for 2023.

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Jun 9, 2022

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

First, the newly crowned World Seniors Masters champion David Cameron (16:22) calls in to reflect on a whirlwind last fortnight, winning the title at Lakeside, as well as competing at Madison Square Garden over the weekend, and also looks back on more than 25+ years playing in Canada and beyond.

Next, Denmark's Vladimir Andersen (44:58) joins us to look back on his career in the game so far, becoming the first player from Denmark to win a tour card at Q-School earlier this year, as well as look ahead to playing in the Nordic Darts Masters and PDC World Cup of Darts over the next couple of weeks.

Also, PDC director and commentator Rod Harrington (1:08:02) stops by to give his thoughts on the latest goings on with the darts leader, as well as reveal his upcoming retirement as a director and the plans for his swansong in the commentary box on the World Series this summer.

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