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Sep 1, 2023

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the latest PDC ProTour weekend!

The boys reflect on Gerwyn Price's title-winning double in Germany and assess his major hopes heading into the busy end of the season, as well as discuss Josh Rock's run to the final on Saturday.

Alex and Burton also give their thoughts on Fallon Sherrock's latest slice of darts history, throwing the first televised nine darter by a female player in the Modus League, and also look at the odds for the World Seniors Matchplay this weekend.

Josh Rock (15:54) sits down with us at Darts Corner's HQ to look back on his whirlwind first 18 months on the PDC tour. Josh chats about his debut season last year, that nine darter at the Grand Slam, being presented with the Young Player and Newcomer of the Year awards at the Premier League night in Belfast, as well as outline his goals for the rest of 2023.

Darryl Pilgrim (43:40) calls in to reflect on an impressive August on the oche, which included winning his first PDC title on the Challenge Tour, throwing a nine darter on the Modus League, as well as back-to-back 118 and 122 averages, and reaching the quarter-finals in Sunday's Players Championship. 

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Aug 25, 2023

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

The boys reflect on the tournament so far and look ahead to the final between Gian van Veen and Luke Littler in November, before discussing Littler and Wessel Nijman's prospects on the ProTour next year after both won tour cards at the weekend.

Alex and Burton also look ahead to the return of the ProTour this weekend, discussing who is most in need of a big run in Germany, and also pick out the new tour card holders who have impressed so far this season.

Gian van Veen (17:39) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend, finishing top of the Development Tour Order of Merit and winning through to the PDC World Youth Championship final. Gian discusses his impressive year so far, making his mark on the European Tour stage, and his hopes for the rest of 2023.

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Aug 18, 2023

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Series went Down Under!

The boys are back with a regular episode of the podcast and start with an old favourite - the Rob Cross Appreciation Minute or "minutes" as they reflect on 'Voltage' winning both World Series of Darts titles in New Zealand and Australia.

Alex and Burton also look back on the penultimate Challenge Tour weekend of the season, which included five different title winners, before looking ahead to the PDC World Youth Championship this weekend and delving into the mailbag to answer your listener questions.

Robert Grundy (19:11) calls in to look back on winning his first PDC title on the Challenge Tour this past weekend. Robert talks about his start in darts, taking breaks from playing over the years, his recent comeback and going to Q-School for the first time earlier this year, his "Arsene Wenger darts" that caught the eye on the Modus League, and his hopes for the rest of 2023.

Stowe Buntz (56:39) also joins us to reflect on a memorable weekend at the oche, completing a clean sweep of all three titles on the CDC circuit. Stowe discusses breaking his duck to win his first CDC title and going on to make history as the first player to achieve the threepeat on the CDC tour, hitting his first 180 whilst playing a match against Paul Lim, the infamous semi-final on Saturday against David Cameron where he threw his darts away during one of the legs and why he vows to never do that again.

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Aug 10, 2023

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

The WDF's secretary general Nick Rolls (1:18) calls in to discuss all things WDF including the organisation's decision not to run a World Masters in 2023, encouraging ticket sales for Lakeside and the upcoming World Championship in December, the return of the WDF World Cup next month after a four-year absence and the WDF's goals for the rest of 2023.

Former major winner and commentator Paul Nicholson (29:19) also stops by to reflect on the Modus Super Series Champions Week, which saw Luke Littler retain his title on Saturday night. Paul gives his thoughts on the progression of the Modus League, Nathan Aspinall's recent World Matchplay win, his plans for his own playing career and also shares an insight into what it was like co-commentating with Alex's GOAT Co Stompe at the World Seniors earlier this year!

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Aug 3, 2023

Host Alex Moss is back with a new episode of the two World Series of Darts events in New Zealand and Australia.

Ben Francis (2:42) stops by to talk about how his interest in darts began, hosting the At The Oche darts show on SENZ radio in New Zealand alongside Ben Robb, the current darts scene in New Zealand, and his new YouTube channel Aim Straight.

Darren Penhall (20:28) is back on the show to reflect on a whirlwind last three years, losing his PDC tour card and deciding to move back to Australia, coming out of darts retirement this year and winning 11 (eleven) DPA titles to qualify for the PDC World Championship for the first time, and before then making his TV debut in the upcoming World Series double header.

Joe Comito (37:33) is also back on the podcast and calls in to look back on making his World Series debut 12 months ago, why the defeat gave him the hunger to come back again, a strong 2023 on the DPA tour which included a nine-dart leg and getting a second crack at the World Series next week.

Brenton Lloyd (52:24) joins us ahead of his World Series debut next week. Brenton discusses his background in darts, winning through the qualifiers to earn a spot in the New South Wales Darts Masters, and whether he will take us up on our suggestion of going with the nickname 'The Australian Jaws!'

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Jul 28, 2023

Co-host Burton DeWitt and guest co-host Hanna Frostman are back with a new episode after the World Matchplay.

Burton and Hanna look back at the nine days of action at the Winter Gardens, reflecting on Nathan Aspinall's second major victory, as well as Jonny Clayton's run to the final.

The team also give their thoughts on Beau Greaves winning the Women's World Matchplay on her debut, before delving into the mailbag to answer your listener questions!

Beau Greaves (17:50) chats to our producer Hanna backstage inside the Winter Gardens after her victory on debut in the Women's World Matchplay. 

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Jul 22, 2023

Hanna Frostman is back with a special episode ahead of the Women's World Matchplay!

Our producer brings us an on the road episode from Blackpool and chats with six of the players competing at the Winter Gardens on Sunday afternoon.

Robyn Byrne (00:32) stops by to talk through her start in darts, beating a 10-year-old Beau Greaves to win the World Youth Masters, captaining Ireland's women's team, winning her first PDC Women's Series title earlier this year, and her aims to be a regular at the Women's World Matchplay.

Noa-Lynn van Leuven (4:19) also joins us to discuss securing the last spot in the field for the Women's World Matchplay on the final day before the cut off, as well being the first trans woman to play in a televised PDC tournament this weekend.

Rhian O'Sullivan (10:14) chats with us ahead of her Women's World Matchplay debut, the confidence she gained from winning her first Women's Series title on her way to qualifying for Blackpool, and why she thinks we're in for an exciting session of darts.

Aileen de Graaf (14:53) also stops by to look back on her run to the final of the first Women's World Matchplay last year, having goosebumps while playing at the Winter Gardens, and her take on the growing standard in the ladies' game.

Mikuru Suzuki (18:28) joins us to chat about being the player to end the 70-match winning streak of Beau Greaves on the Women's Series and the return of the Asian Tour this year and competing against the best players in Asia.

Beau Greaves (22:43) also chats with us ahead of her debut in the Women's World Matchplay, going in as the number one seed for the tournament, why she wants to earn the title tomorrow with good performances, and if we could see her in the Modus League.

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Jul 20, 2023

Our Darts Legends series returns with special guest 'The Sheriff' Erik Clarys!

Listen to Erik talk through his career from discovering darts on TV in Belgium and progressing through the ranks, to making history as the first male player from outside the UK to win the World Masters in 1995. Erik also talks about switching over from the BDO to the PDC in the mid 2000s, his accident at work that led to his career being cut short, and his current roles in the game working as a pundit on Belgian TV and running his own darts workshops. Enjoy!

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Jul 13, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look ahead to the biggest darts tournament of the summer and discuss this year's line up of players as well as who they think should be going to Blackpool as the favourite.

The team also give their predictions on who will win the Phil Taylor Trophy and also pick out a darkhorse from the unseeded players, before discussing this week's announcement that Paddy Power has taken over from Cazoo as the new title sponsor of the PDC World Championship.

Raymond van Barneveld (19:44) calls in ahead of his first appearance in the World Matchplay since 2018. The five-time world champion reflects on his comeback from retirement, as well as outlining his goals for the rest of 2023 after qualifying for Blackpool for the first time in five years.

Sky Sports pundit and commentator Mark Webster (59:55) also joins us to help preview the World Matchplay. The former world champion delves into all things darts and makes his predictions for who will win the World Matchplay and Women's World Matchplay titles next week.

Danny Noppert (1:27:01) joins us for the first time ahead of his latest World Matchplay campaign. The 2022 UK Open champion looks back on his career so far, rising through the ranks in the BDO and reaching a Lakeside final, before making the switch over to the PDC and becoming a major winner and a top eight player.

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Jul 6, 2023

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

Alex and Burton review the weekend's action in Trier, focusing on Luke Humphries' major prospects after winning a fifth career European Tour title, and discuss how Dirk van Duijvenbode will bounce back from missing four match darts to win the title.

The team also give their reaction to the draw for the World Matchplay and pick out their favourite first-round ties, before discussing the announcement from the WDF that the World Masters will not be held in 2023.

Shot Darts managing director Peter McCormick (19:19) calls in to chat about their big signing announcement at the weekend. Peter discusses the signing of world number one Michael Smith to Shot Darts, as well as look back on the 50+ year history of the company and touch on their plans for the future.

Belgium's rising star Mike De Decker (53:58) also stops by ahead of making his World Matchplay debut next week. One of only two debutants in the field for Blackpool this year, Mike reflects on the last few years, including a late call-up to Ally Pally which saved his tour card, before making strides on the ProTour with quarter-final and semi-final runs, and then a maiden Players Championship final earlier this year.

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Jun 29, 2023

Co-host Burton DeWitt and guest co-host Hanna Frostman are back with a new episode after another busy weekend in the world of darts.

Burton and Hanna review the latest PDC Women's Series weekend of action, focusing on Fallon Sherrock's return to title-winning ways, as well as discuss the confirmed eight-player field for the Women's World Matchplay next month.

The team also reflect on the World Seniors Masters and discuss the current crop of players and Bob Anderson's legacy in the game, following his final tournament appearance at the weekend.

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Jun 22, 2023

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

Alex and Burton review the World Cup and a second title for the Welsh pairing of Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton, who beat Scotland's Peter Wright and Gary Anderson in the final. 

The boys also pick out their World Cup MVP's and give their thoughts on the first year of the revamped format for the tournament, before looking ahead to a crunch weekend on the PDC Women's Series. 

Benjamin Drue Reus (16:17) calls in to reflect on an incredible debut for Denmark in the PDC World Cup of Darts last week. Benjamin talks about his 114 individual average in the opening night win against Austria, as well as looking back at his time in darts so far and his first taste of TV events in the World Series and World Cup. 

Roos van der Velde (47:52) also stops by ahead of playing on the PDC Women's Series in Germany this weekend. Roos reflects on her journey in darts so far, taking up the game after watching her brother, current PDC tour card holder Jurjen van der Velde, playing, and also discusses her Dutch Open girls' title win last year, and more recently stepping up at a senior level on the Women's Series and impressing in the NDB ranking events. 

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Jun 15, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look ahead to the revamped tournament getting under way on Thursday night, and discuss the new format and also which of the groups look the toughest to predict.

The boys also give their thoughts on their own respective countries, England and the USA, and predict how they will fare, before making their predictions on who will lift the Co Stompe Trophy on Sunday night.

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Jun 8, 2023

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

Alex and Burton reflect on the PDC drawing a 3,500+ crowd for the final session at Madison Square Garden and what this means for the growth of darts in the US, before discussing the rule change which saw North American Championship winner Jeff Smith miss out on a spot in the Grand Slam and World Championship.

The boys also look ahead to a busy seven days in Germany, with two Players Championships and the World Cup of Darts all taking place next week.

One half of the reigning PDC World Cup of Darts champions, Damon Heta (16:38), stops by ahead of the defence of his title alongside Simon Whitlock next week. Damon reflects on his year as a World Cup champion, the impact it had back home in Australia, his Euro Tour walk-ons this year and much more.

Karel Sedlacek (46:21) joins us for the first time to look back on his career so far. Karel reflects on his Lakeside debut, the switch over to the PDC, winning a tour card twice at Q-School, and his hopes of securing a first match win for the Czech Republic in the PDC World Cup of Darts next week.

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Jun 1, 2023

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

Alex and Burton review finals night at The O2 and Michael van Gerwen's record-breaking seventh Premier League title, as well as Gerwyn Price's run to the final.

The boys also look back at the European Darts Grand Prix and a maiden European Tour title for Rob Cross, before looking ahead to the US Darts Masters this week.

CDC Continental Cup champion Alex Spellman (16:51) calls in ahead of his World Series debut in the US Darts Masters this week. Alex looks back on his time in darts so far, how he first discovered the game during college, and then progressing through the CDC ranks over the last two years. 

Canada's Jake Macmillan (53:19) also stops by to look ahead to his big-stage debut at Madison Square Garden on Friday. Jake talks us through his rise up the ranks in Canada, winning through a field of 500 players to claim the Ontario provincials earlier this year, before securing a spot in the US Darts Masters via the qualifiers two weeks ago.

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May 24, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look ahead to finals night at The O2 and discuss how this year's four-player line up compares to previous years, before making their predictions on who will walk away with the title.

The boys also look at the confirmed teams so far for the PDC World Cup of Darts next month, before discussing the WDF's latest update on the World Masters.

World number one Michael Smith (14:00) calls in during the Premier League media day to look ahead to playing in the Play-Offs on Thursday night. Michael also reflects on a whirlwind 2023 so far, which started with that immortal nine-dart leg and victory in the PDC World Championship, and looks ahead to the defence of his US Darts Masters title in New York next week.

Sky Sports commentator Rod Studd (35:59) also stops by to look ahead to the Premier League Play-Offs tomorrow night. Rod looks back on the Premier League season, discusses which player has the "momentum" going into finals night, and also looks ahead to a busy summer in the commentary box working for Sky and the PDC.

Switzerland's Marcel Walpen (1:07:26) also joins us ahead of his big-stage debut in the PDC on the European Tour this weekend. Marcel talks us through how he got into darts, winning six titles on the first-ever season of the Swiss Darts Corporation tour, and reacts to being nicknamed the 'Swiss Stompe' by Alex!

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May 18, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at the Czech Darts Open and Peter Wright's run to the title, as well as discuss the race for the European Championship with only five events left to go.

The boys also review the second weekend of the Women's Series and look ahead to the final week of the league phase in the Premier League, before making their quarter-final picks for Aberdeen.

Rhian O'Sullivan (18:30) calls in to reflect on a memorable weekend, winning her first PDC Women's Series title in Milton Keynes. Rhian looks back on her career in the game so far, reaching two BDO World Championship finals in her first two Lakeside appearances, making her World Championship return after a 10-year absence in the WDF last year, and her hopes of qualifying for the Women's World Matchplay this summer.

Sudesh Fitzgerald (48:27) also joins us after making history in Costa Rica at the weekend, partnering up with Norman Madhoo to win the CDCL qualifier for the PDC World Cup of Darts, and securing Guyana a debut in the tournament next month. Sudesh also discusses his time in darts, qualifying for the PDC World Championship back in 2008, coming close to an Ally Pally return in recent years, and also away from the oche his recovery from a serious car accident which left him in a coma in August last year.

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May 12, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at the Belgian Darts Open and Michael van Gerwen's run to the title, as well as discuss the announced changes to the European Tour schedule for 2024.

The boys also review the third weekend of Challenge Tour action and look ahead to the Women's Series this weekend, before answering your questions in the mailbag.

Berry van Peer (18:09) calls in after an impressive weekend which saw him win three Challenge Tour titles to move to the top of the Order of Merit and open up a huge lead. Berry reflects on the last few months, picking up wins on the European Tour, continuing his title-winning form on the Challenge Tour, and outlines his plans for the rest of 2023.

Kim Holden (48:59) also joins us ahead of playing on the Women's Series this weekend. Kim talks us through her darts journey so far, how she made the switch to darts after a successful career playing football and serving in the army, reaching a final and semi-final on the last Women's Series weekend, and her hopes for the rest of the year.

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May 4, 2023

Co-host Alex Moss and guest co-host Matthew Kiernan are back with a new episode after the latest European Tour event.

Alex and Burton look back at the Dutch Darts Championship and Dave Chisnall's run to the title, as well as a second final appearance of the season for Luke Humphries.

The boys also review the second weekend of Development Tour action and assess the race for top spot, before making their Premier League picks for Manchester and answering your questions in the mailbag.

Gian van Veen (23:34) calls in after a busy weekend which saw him play in his home European Tour event before flying over to England and winning two Development Tour titles. Gian reflects on the end of a breakthrough 2022, reaching his first ProTour final, before looking back at his 2023 so far, winning his tour card at Q-School, playing his idol Gary Anderson, and outlines his goals for the rest of this season.

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Apr 27, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at the Austrian Darts Open and Jonny Clayton's run to the title, as well as a maiden European Tour final for Josh Rock.

The boys also discuss the announcement from Adrian Lewis that he is taking time away from the tour, before making their Premier League picks for Leeds and answering your questions in the mailbag.

Tommy Gilmour (18:23), the owner of Dunvegan Enterprises, calls in to discuss the players in his stable including Gary Anderson, who makes his European Tour return after seven years away this weekend. Tommy also looks back at his career in boxing and explains how he then moved into darts management with Gary Anderson.

Jerry Hendriks (58:13) also stops by after a memorable weekend which saw him throw his first nine darter in a competitive game. Jerry looks back on his career so far in darts, including WDF World Youth Cup success, facing Phil Taylor twice on TV, making two PDC World Championships, the iconic "fish on the stage" line, his work as a pundit on RTL7 and now Viaplay and much more.

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Apr 20, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at Krzysztof Ratajski's return to winning ways at Players Championship 9 and also the final runs from Chris Landman and Jose De Sousa at the weekend.

The boys also pay tribute to Bob Potter after he passed away at the age of 94 last week, before making their Premier League picks for Rotterdam.

Jeffrey de Zwaan (19:32) calls in to reflect on a busy start to 2023, winning back his tour card at Q-School, beating Gerwyn Price at the UK Open and making his European Tour return. Jeffrey also looks back at the last five years, being involved in epic games at Ally Pally, his injury problems and losing his tour card at the end of last year, and starting fresh this season.

Peter Citera (48:32), the CEO of the Championship Darts Corporation, also joins us to look back on the last 12 months in North American darts. Peter reflects on the US Darts Masters in Madison Square Garden last year, the CDC's future plans for growth, and looks ahead to the first staging of the Cross Border Challenge this weekend.

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Apr 13, 2023

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with our 300th episode special!

Alex and Burton look back at the last two years in the world of darts, since recording their 200th episode in May 2021, and also pick out their favourite guests from the last 100 episodes.

The boys also review last weekend's European Tour event in Munich, where Michael Smith beat Nathan Aspinall 8-5 in the final, before making their Premier League picks for Brighton and answering your questions in the mailbag.

Jonny Clayton (19:11) is the first of three guests on our 300th episode special. The former Premier League champion calls in to reflect on the last 16 months, since winning the 2021 World Grand Prix, including Ally Pally classics with Michael Smith and Josh Rock, finishing top of the Premier League in 2022, and going full-time with the darts. Jonny also looks back on winning the last two Premier League nights to move into the play-off spots and looks ahead to facing Michael Smith in Brighton tonight.

Martin Foulds (52:33), the boss of ZXF Sports Management, also stops by to chat about the players in his stable. Martin talks about how he got involved in darts management, Nathan Aspinall's last five years and becoming a major winner, signing Chris Dobey last year and his breakthrough 2023 winning the Masters and being picked for the Premier League, as well as being the manager of one of the hottest young prospects in darts in Luke Littler.

Des Jacklin (1:22:22), the organiser of the Torremolinos Darts Festival and the BDO chairman, is also back on the show for the first time since our 2019 World Masters special. Des gives his take on the 2020 BDO World Championship and the drop in the prize fund, the BDO's demise, trophy-gate, and also discusses what a darts festival in Torremolinos involves.

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Apr 6, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at Gerwyn Price winning back-to-back European Tour titles, as well as pick out their favourite moments from the first 100 European Tour events.

The boys also review the first weekend of the Development Tour season and an impressive debut for Luke Littler, before making their Premier League picks for Birmingham and answering your questions in the mailbag.

Jules van Dongen (17:17) is back on the show and reflects on his first year as a PDC tour card holder last year, and making big stage appearances in the US Darts Masters and PDC World Cup. Jules also discusses the challenges in adjusting to life on the tour, and his main goal for the rest of 2023, before looking ahead to his return to the European Tour stage this weekend and reveals his plans for a new walk-on song.

Philip Brzezinski (58:32), the head of sports and media at PDC Europe and the MC on the European Tour, also stops by to reflect on a milestone weekend in Riesa. Philip discusses PDC Europe reaching 100 European Tour events, and also talks through his background in darts and how he became an MC, before discussing the growth of darts in Germany, Gabriel Clemens' record-breaking run at Ally Pally at the last World Championship, and the new German players on the tour this year.

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Mar 30, 2023

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

Alex and Burton discuss who is the best player in the world right now following Gerwyn Price's recent red-hot run of form, and also assess Dirk van Duijvenbode's game after he missed match darts to win his first PDC stage title on Sunday.

The boys also give their thoughts on the Premier League season so far and discuss if the new format has run its course, before making their picks for Berlin and answering your questions in the mailbag.

Leonard Gates (16:40), the newly crowned World Seniors Champion of Champions, calls in to look back on a busy last 12 months which has included debuts in three different World Championships. Leonard also reflects on his run to the title in Blackpool at the weekend and outlines his targets for the rest of 2023.

Richie Howson (49:48) also stops by to look back on an eye-catching start to the year, reaching the finals of both the World Seniors Championship and Champion of Champions. Richie discusses his emergence on TV through the World Seniors Darts Tour and his goal to win one of their major events.

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Mar 23, 2023

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

Alex and Burton look back at Gary Anderson's Players Championship 8 title win and also pick out players who have impressed them so far this season.

The boys review the latest Challenge Tour weekend and also make their Premier League picks for Newcastle, before answering your questions in the mailbag.

Ian White (19:16) calls in from Germany ahead of his first European Tour appearance of the season this weekend. The three-time European Tour winner reflects on the last three years, dropping out of the world's top 10, how the pandemic and drop in the number of events had an impact on his ranking, his recent operation, and his hopes of a return to more major events this season.

Ricardo Pietreczko (54:21) also joins us as ahead of his first European Tour event in three years and he looks back at his career so far in darts, representing Germany in his early 20s, winning his tour card at Q-School last year, reaching two semi-finals on the ProTour, and he also explains where the Pikachu nickname came from.

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