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In this week's show, Andrew is joined by three players who won titles in Denmark - Thibault Tricole, Anca Zijlstra and Richard Veenstra. Thibault (1:02) discusses booking his spot at Lakeside, being the first Frenchman to play in a World Championships, his experiences with soft tip, the nine days that kick-started his career in 2019 and wanting to …
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by WDF Secretary General Nick Rolls. The pair discuss Nick getting back to calling duties in Selsey and Denmark, the players who've impressed him most since the circuit resumed, the announcement of the 2022 WDF World Championships prize fund, why boosting the women's prize share was a priority, whether he fe…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by Australia's Raymond Smith and Faroe Islands-born thrower John 'Fear the Haggis' Imrie. Raymond (0:53) calls in to discuss his recent North Queensland Classic victory, his semi-retirement and battle with depression since playing at Ally Pally in 2018, how he got into the sport originally, getting his son K…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by two players who've won three ranking titles in September between them - Neil Duff and Aileen de Graaf. Northern Ireland international Duff (0:57) talks his maiden ranking event win in the England National Singles, adding his name to the list of British Pentathlon winners, gunning for the WDF World No.1 ra…
 
Andrew returns after being down in Selsey for the England Open weekend, where he grabbed chats with the two direct qualifiers for Lakeside from the events - Brian Raman and Deta Hedman. Brian (0:30) explains how a phone call to his wife helped him overcome defeat to Neil Duff in the National Singles final to win the England Open, becoming WDF World…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by Washington Area Open champion Bruce Robbins and friend of the show 'Gnasher' John Scott. Bruce (4:20) calls in to discuss his title win in Virginia, his career in darts, being a sober player, missing out on the World Masters in previous years, being told he'd qualified for the 1996 World Matchplay by John…
 
In the week's episode, Andrew is joined by England Darts Organisation Chairman Tommy Thompson and Russian international Elena Shulgina. Tommy (0:46) calls in to discuss the first WDF Gold event of 2021, the England Open, in September, his fears for the future of grassroots darts, the EDO's financial position, their World Masters qualifying spots an…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by both 2021 Shot New Zealand Open champions, Haupai Puha and Desi Mercer. Haupai (2:04) joins the show to discuss his title win in Motueka, why he's returned to WDF action, his experience at the PDC World Championships last year, the mental struggles of being in the UK for five months away from his family, …
 
There are two firsts on this week's episode. Recent Cheshire Open champion Stu Wilson (4:02) joins the show to talk that win, picking up the MAD England Falcons title, getting his shot on the ProTour in 2020, thoughts on a nickname and his goals for the rest of the year. Veronika Ihász (19:32) won the Apatin Open for the sixth successive time in la…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by Nitin Kumar and Benjamin Pratnemer to recap the recent action in Serbia and Slovenia. Nitin (3:58) discusses the emotions of his first international tournament since the onset of the pandemic, managing his mental wellbeing during COVID, the current state of Indian darts, the end of his agreement with Targ…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by Matt Stoner, Jason Brandon and Paula Murphy. ADO Vice-President Matt joins the show (3:54) to talk the logistics of the recent Charlotte Open weekend, the rise of Jules van Dongen, the Gold Seacoast Open event later this year and what the WDF's new tournament formats mean for the growth of the North Ameri…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew chats with New Zealand standout Ben Robb (1:40). The pair discuss: Ben's win at the recent John Wilkie Memorial, his strong first half of 2021, what he's taken from online darts, qualifying for the World Masters, the passing of Stephen Gooch, lessons learned from his Ally Pally debut, aiming for a big December and Jan…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by the two winners of the recent Cherry Bomb International in Florida - Jules van Dongen and Dani Warmack. van Dongen (1:09) discusses how his game developed hugely during 2020, what it'll mean to play in the World Masters in his home country later this year, applying for American citizenship, bringing Andre…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by veteran New Zealand thrower Wendy Harper. The pair discuss Wendy's recent run to the New Zealand Masters final, declining participation in ladies events in NZ, not knowing she'd qualified for the World Masters, New Zealand's COVID response and the issues that's caused, her lengthy experience with online d…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by the two 2021 Gibraltar Open Singles champions, Laura Turner and Gavin Smith. Laura (0:36) discusses the limited numbers in the ladies' comp, playing in her first ranking event since the Isle of Man last March, a full week of events in Gibraltar, a bigger ladies' field at the WDF World Championships, her r…
 
In this episode, Andrew is joined by WDF Chief Development Officer Richard Ashdown to discuss the announcement of the WDF World Championship. Richard answers questions about whether Lakeside was always their first choice, TV deals outside Europe, any updates on qualification criteria and prize money, longer games in the ladies' tournament, 'clashin…
 
In this episode, Andrew is joined by the first winner of a WDF-ranked event in 449 days, Canterbury Open champion Landon Gardiner. The pair discuss Landon's maiden ranking title, his best performances in the tournament, the emotions of his final win over Craig Ross, not knowing he'd qualified for the World Masters, switching from rugby and golf to …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Andrew is joined by Australian legend Russell Stewart. 'Rusty' pays tribute to friend and great rival Terry O'Dea, who passed away last week at the age of 76. The pair discuss the sort of man Terry was, Russell's memories of travelling and rooming with him at Jollees, playing for the national team together, his influ…
 
In Episode 50 of the podcast, Andrew chats with chairman of the New Zealand Darts Council, Bob Wilson. They discuss Bob's 47-year involvement in the sport, taking chairmanship of the NZDC four years ago, getting record numbers at an event in February this year, New Zealand playing host to the WDF's restart at the Canterbury Open, wanting to get mor…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew chats to the man behind Darts Atlas, Matt Langan. The pair discuss some MLS, how Matt got into the sport of darts, an overview of his current projects and his goal to make darts the #1 sport in North America. Matt also shares details on some interesting collaborations he's working on and makes an incredible prize anno…
 
In this episode, Andrew chats with New Zealand's Warren Parry. The pair discuss how Warren first got into the sport, how he's fared during the pandemic as an asthmatic, starting 2021 well with three ranking finals and a title win, the form of Ben Robb, reaching the WDF World Cup singles final in 1999, playing in the inaugural PDC World Cup, being t…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew chats with PDC Tour Card holder Gary Blades. The pair discuss:- Gary's recent signing with Loxley Darts, his difficult start to the current PDC season, being a Lincoln City fan and initially wanting to be a footballer, their shared passion for Football Manager, whether any other players on the Tour play FM, the emotio…
 
In this week's bonus episode, Andrew speaks with Scotland international 'Chucky', Jim McEwan. The pair discuss how Jim initially got into darts, using the lockdowns to improve his throw, not taking darts seriously until 2011, making his Scotland debut at the age of 51, entering Q-School this year for the first time, his experience of 'the bubble', …
 
In this week's episode, Andrew is joined by 'The Magnet' Tim Pusey. The pair discuss Tim competing in ten pin bowling before switching to darts, the state of darts in Western Australia, enjoying a breakthrough year in 2018, sharing the oche with Gary Anderson and Michael van Gerwen at the World Series, missing match darts to qualify for the PDC Wor…
 
In this week's bonus episode, Andrew chats with 'The Voice of Dutch Darts', Jacques Nieuwlaat. The pair cover the recent report into attempted match-fixing in the Netherlands in great detail, covering why the Netherlands is more susceptible, the groups Jacques feels are at most risk and what the relaxation of Dutch gambling laws later this year mig…
 
In this episode, Andrew chats with referee, caller and MC, Antony 'The Pup' Dundas. The pair discuss:- mental health struggles during lockdown, Antony's new fitness regime, how he first got exposed to darts, how playing darts as a teenager led to him calling at the Forth Valley Masters, Ross Montgomery's role in him stepping up from the county to t…
 
In this episode, Andrew chats with 'The Rock' Peter Hudson. The pair discuss: Peter successfully coming through Q-School for the third time in his career, playing at the UK Open, making his first stage appearance in a few years, an issue with his walk-on song leading to a change this time, his background playing log-end, struggling to practice at h…
 
In this episode, Andrew chats to Hampshire's Chas Barstow, one of the most impressive players at Q-School not to win a Tour Card. The pair discuss Chas' background in darts, his previous Q-School experiences, the change in format for 2021, the anguish of the final day as he was eliminated by Danny Baggish, getting call ups for the ProTour and the U…
 
In the episode, Andrew catches up with friend of the show and man of the moment, Alan Soutar. The pair discuss his run to the last 16 of the UK Open, his electric start to life in the PDC, standout games so far as a professional, areas he's identified for improvement, the insane support he's received on social media, getting his own 'Soots' darts r…
 
In this special episode for International Women's Day, Andrew chats with Laura Turner. The pair discuss:- her new World Women's Darts project, its origins and aims; Lisa Ashton's record-breaking display at the UK Open, her female inspirations growing up, celebrating female icons during International Women's History month, the effect of the pandemic…
 
In this episode, Andrew is joined by Scotland's Shaun McDonald. The 2002 Boys' World Youth Master ended a 10-year break from darts at Q-School and gave a good account of himself, finishing on two points in the final stage. The pair discuss:- Shaun's Q-School performance, how he get into the sport, winning the Boys' Youth Masters, playing on the PDC…
 
In this episode, Andrew chats with Big 5 Sports Management Co-Owner Paul Brown. They discuss the Big 5 team's performance at Q School, how John O'Shea helped to keep team spirits up, using the FDI Index to work out what the players would need, what it's like for him following the action in the venue, how far Alan Soutar can go as a PDC Tour Card ho…
 
In this episode, Andrew grabs the first chat with Alan Soutar following his successful campaign at Q-School in Milton Keynes. They discuss:- How Alan felt after a draining 10 days, what being a Tour Card holder will mean to him, the highs of victory in Milton Keynes, the lows of playing his protege Nathan Girvan, the support he gets from the Big 5,…
 
In this week's episode, Andrew catches up with American darts legend Larry Butler. The pair discuss: Larry's decision to pull out of Q-School this year, how he got started in the sport while stationed in Scotland with the US Navy, making his Lakeside debut in 1992, being at the first PDC World Championships, stories from winning the World Matchplay…
 
In this bonus episode of the podcast, Andrew catches up with friend of the show 'Gnasher', John Scott. The pair discuss John's passage through to the second stage of Q-School 2021, life in the bubble, why averages aren't everything, the standard so far, why online form doesn't always translate to in-person, what it was like being back in a PDC even…
 
In this week's episode. Andrew chats with Iceland Darts Association Vice-President, and one of the country's top players, Matthías Örn Friðriksson. They discuss: the recent Reykjavik International Games, the purpose-built building it was played in, the support the sport has received from Icelandic TV, his background in football, why he decided to p…
 
In the latest episode of the podcast, Andrew catches up with Deta Hedman. The pair discuss: Deta's debut in the PDC World Championships, qualifying through the Women's Series in dramatic fashion, working tirelessly for Royal Mail throughout 2020, the media attention she received after qualifying for Ally Pally, being included in the BBC 100, whethe…
 
In the latest episode of the podcast, Andrew catches up with DPA National Tournament Director Wayne Weening. The pair discuss: the latest COVID-19 situation in Australia, changing to the 'Satellite' Tour for 2021, the DPA's plans for the three regions with insufficient signups for the first weekend, how the Satellite Tour will work, the rise of Dam…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Andrew speaks to Australian No #1, Tori Kewish. The pair discuss Tori playing in, and winning, the first Darts Australia ranked event in 10 months, her experiences with online darts, her origins in the sport, her relationship with Shot Darts, how the Denmark Open changed her outlook on the sport, playing for Australi…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Andrew talks to EDO Chairman Tommy Thompson. They discuss his memories of the recently passed Alan Glazier, Sam Hawkins, and Rick Cousins, trying to organise the England calendar during the pandemic, the decision to cancel the 2021 Isle of Man Festival, his feelings on the England Open in June and a potential plan B,…
 
In Episode 9 of the Masters of the World series, Andrew chats to Casey Gallagher, who won the Girls' World Youth Masters back in 2013. They discuss Casey's route into the sport, winning her first big Youth title in 2012, feeling less pressure when defending her Europe Youth Cup title, winning the World Youth Cup Singles in 2013 and the World Master…
 
In this special interview, Andrew catches up with Wales' Nick Kenny, one year exactly on from him getting his PDC Tour Card. They discuss the status of his foot injury going into Q School, producing some of his best ever darts when it mattered most, his first Pro Tour weekend, getting fitter in lockdown, the differences between the 'Series' events …
 
In this second episode looking back over fond Lakeside memories, Andrew chats with darts fan Chris Hinton, known to many on Twitter as Oche Balboa. The pair discuss the first final Chris remembers watching, what made Lakeside a special venue, his favourite finals, women's game, tournament and top five matches. Enjoy!…
 
We may not have had a BDO World Championships to watch this year but the tournament still holds fond memories for many and to celebrate the legacy of the tournament, Andrew caught up with former BDO Master of Ceremonies Richard Ashdown. The pair discuss Richard's first memories of watching the tournament, attending his first Lakeside in 1994, his r…
 
Andrew catches up with Loxley Darts' newest signee, Mal 'The Bull' Cuming, in this special interview. The pair discuss how he got started in the sport, having a breakthrough year in 2018, qualifying for the 2019 BDO World Championships, getting drawn to play his fellow Victorian Justin Thompson, finding good form on the DPA circuit just before COVI…
 
In this exclusive interview, Andrew talks to WDF Secretary-General Nick Rolls. The pair discuss the recent announcement of the WDF World Masters, qualification criteria for the tournament, format changes, the prize fund, the status of potential TV deals, the WDF calendar for 2021, the status of the WDF World Championships, Nick's thoughts on the MA…
 
In this special interview, Andrew catches up with Sweden's Peter Sajwani, whose victory over James Wilson in 2015 made him the first man since Chris Mason in 2000 to knock out the top seed in the Lakeside first round. "Chatterbox" talks starting in the sport when they opened a club at his school, playing with his hero Magnus Caris at the PDC World …
 
In this exclusive interview, Andrew is joined by the Big 5 Sports Management's newest signee, Alan Soutar. The pair discuss why he felt the time was right to try Q School now, what appealed to him most about the Big 5, his thoughts on how he'll fare in his first in-person darts in almost a year, some of his activities outside of darts and his hopes…
 
In Episode 8 of the Masters of the World series, Andrew is joined by the 1991 winner Rod Harrington. Andrew and 'The Prince of Style' discuss his route into the sport, his incredible success in floor tournaments, knowing he'd arrived when he won the Gold Cup, 'entering the zone' to lift the 1991 World Masters title, the origins of his nickname, bei…
 
In Episode 7 of the Masters of the World series, Andrew is joined by 'Jabba' Jamie Caven. The pair discuss: Jamie losing the sight in his right eye at 18 months old, winning the World Youth Masters in 1993, having to have his pancreas removed at 20 and the effects that's had since, making his PDC Worlds debut at the 2008 event, winning his first PD…
 
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