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Episode 200: Barry Hearn, Wayne Mardle, Jeff Smith, 200th Episode Special

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back for the 200th episode special! First, PDC president Barry Hearn (12:03) calls in to discuss stepping down as PDC chairman, his 20 years in charge of the darts leader and what his plans are for his new advisory role with the organisation. Next, long-time contributor Matthew Kiernan (34:56) joins us to reflect on our run to 200 episodes, his World Masters re-draw memories and look into the current state of grassroots darts. Then, Sky Sports pundit and commentator Wayne Mardle (57:16) dials in to chat all things darts including the Premier League, his Bullseye appearance last weekend and his new book. Plus, Canada’s number one Jeff Smith (1:26:51) joins us from his quarantine to look back on the last 12 months and the challenges of being an active PDC tour card holder living in Canada during a pandemic. Also, producer Hanna Frostman (1:36:40) stops by to pick out her favourite moments. Enjoy!

Episode 199: Alan Soutar, Dan Dawson, Premier League Second Phase Preview

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the second phase of the Premier League. First, PDC commentator Dan Dawson (10:47) calls in to give his thoughts on recent events, a possible changing of the guard among the PDC’s elite, as well as his best achievements on Football Manager! Next, Alan Soutar (45:44) joins us to reflect on an impressive start to his debut season in the PDC, his previous successes in the BDO and WDF, and his hopes for the rest of 2021. Plus, Alex and Burton preview the resumption of the Premier League this week, discuss what the impact on fans returning for the final week could have, and make their Low6 picks for night 10. Enjoy!

Episode 198: Jonny Clayton, Aaron Beeney, Premier League and Super Series Review

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the latest Super Series. First, reigning Masters champion Jonny Clayton (10:23) calls in on a rare week off to look back on a breakthrough last 12 months which saw him partner Gerwyn Price to the PDC World Cup title, win the Masters and gain a full spot in the Premier League for the first time. Next, Aaron Beeney (36:42) joins us from Germany after an eye-catching Super Series, reaching his first semi-final on the PDC ProTour with wins against Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld, and talks through his continued progress on the tour. Plus, Alex and Burton recap the latest Premier League action and give their thoughts on Barry Hearn OBE’s recent decision to step down as PDC chairman after almost 20 years in charge. Enjoy!

Episode 197: Mike Warburton, Dean Moss, Super Series Preview

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a special bonus episode before the next Super Series this weekend. First, Dean Moss (1:13) calls in to talk about how he started managing players, including Alan Norris during his run to a BDO World Championship final, his involvement with the PDC Nordic & Baltic Tour, and now managing Darius Labanauskas, Madars Razma and Aaron Beeney. Next, Mike Warburton (21:46) joins us ahead of travelling to Germany to make his PDC ProTour debut this weekend, after getting a late call-up for the Super Series, and also looks back on the last 18 months and being the last BDO men’s seasonal no. 1. Enjoy!

Episode 196: Dimitri Van den Bergh, Jason Francis, Premier League Opening Week Review

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the first week of the new Premier League season. First, Jason Francis (11:26), the co-promoter of the newly-launched World Seniors Championship, calls in to discuss his success in promoting seniors events in snooker, how the move into senior darts transpired, and his plans for the inaugural event in 2022. Next, Dimitri Van den Bergh (39:31) joins us to reflect on his first week as a full Premier League player, as well as the last nine months since winning the World Matchplay and recently moving home from Belgium to England. Plus, Alex and Burton look back on the first five nights of the Premier League, look ahead to next week’s next block of four nights, make their picks with Low6 for Monday’s fixtures, and also take on your listener questions. Enjoy!

Episode 195: Glen Durrant, Steve Brown, Chas Barstow, Premier League Season Preview

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the start of the new Premier League season. First, the 2020 Premier League champion Glen Durrant (10:54) calls in to look ahead to the start of his title defence in Milton Keynes next week, his dip in form since winning his first PDC major, and why he has stepped away from social media. Next, MAD founder Steve Brown (41:03) joins us to discuss his new organisation’s plans, as well as his own playing career as a PDC tour card holder and playing on the professional circuit with his son John this year. Also, Chas Barstow (1:05:25) calls in to reflect on a busy start to 2021, including his Q-School final day heartache, getting the call-up for the first two Super Series and making his mark on the tour without a tour card. Plus, our co-hosts Alex and Burton preview the new Premier League season and discuss the big talking points heading into Monday’s opening night. Enjoy!

Episode 194: Will Adamson, Eniko Harsanyi, Super Series Review

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the second PDC Super Series. First, manager Will Adamson (14:19) calls in to talk about his stable of players, including Brendan Dolan and his title win last week, how he got into darts player management and what the last year has been like on the tour. Next, Eniko Harsanyi (35:25) joins the show to talk all things darts in Hungary, how the Hungarian Darts Federation has got in-person events back up and running in recent weeks, the pandemic postponing their European Tour debut in 2020, and their hopes for the future. Plus, our co-hosts Alex and Burton review last week’s action in Milton Keynes, discuss this week’s Premier League announcement, and take on your listener questions. Enjoy!

Episode 193: Maciej Chorbinski, Pall Arni Petursson, Super Series Preview

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the second Super Series. First, Maciej Chorbinski (10:55) calls in to talk all things Polish darts, including being one of the founders of the Polish Darts Organisation, how Krzysztof Ratajski’s recent success has increased television coverage of darts in Poland, and managing Sebastian Bialecki and funding his recent trip to the UK Open. Next, Pall Arni Petursson (35:20) joins the show to reflect on recently retaining his title at the Reykjavik International Games, the darts scene in Iceland, and darts running through his family. Plus, our co-hosts Alex and Burton look back on the last 12 months of darts during the pandemic and if the sport’s popularity has increased or decreased, pick out their favourite behind closed doors matches on TV, and look ahead to the upcoming Super Series. Enjoy!

Episode 192: Luke Humphries, Callan Rydz, UK Open Review

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode to review the UK Open. First, Luke Humphries (17:17) calls in to reflect on his run to his first major final at the UK Open on Sunday, getting over his early exit at the last PDC World Championship, and explain what advice Michael van Gerwen has been giving him. Next, Callan Rydz (49:02) joins us to look back on recently winning his first PDC senior title at the Super Series, his first full season on the tour last year, and if he will set himself a new goal for the rest of 2021. Plus, our co-hosts Alex and Burton give their thoughts on the UK Open, including James Wade’s title success, and where his 10th televised title puts him in the GOAT conversation, as well as who else caught their eye in Milton Keynes, Lisa Ashton’s record-breaking 100+ average and lots more. Enjoy!

Episode 191: Brett Claydon, Kevin Barth, Super Series Review, UK Open Preview

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode to review the first PDC Super Series and look ahead to the UK Open this weekend. First, journalist Kevin Barth (17:08) calls in to talk all things darts in Germany and Austria, including Gabriel Clemens’ rise to German number one, and which new tour card holder he is tipping to break into the top 64 in the next two years. Next, Brett Claydon (50:42) chats to Matthew Kiernan ahead of last week’s Super Series to look back on winning a tour card at Q-School, the switch from football to darts and outline his hopes for the next two years. Plus, Alex and Burton recap a busy first four days of the new ProTour season, which saw title wins for Joe Cullen, Callan Rydz, Raymond van Barneveld and Jonny Clayton. The team also preview the UK Open and tackle your listener questions. Enjoy!

Matt Porter Exclusive Interview

Co-host Alex Moss is back with a bonus episode and is joined by special guest Matt Porter, the chief executive of the PDC. In this exclusive interview, Matt talks about the last 12 months, running events during a pandemic and the challenges of keeping the tour going with an ever-growing international field of tour card holders. Matt also gives his thoughts on the new formats used for the Masters and Q-School this year, as well as last week’s UK government update and his hopes that fans will be allowed back for the World Matchplay in Blackpool this summer, and also answers some listener questions too. Enjoy!

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