DiscoverThe Darts Show Podcast
The Darts Show Podcast

The Darts Show Podcast

Author: Sky Sports

Subscribed: 438Played: 9,769
Share

Description

Sky Sports and the PDC bring you the latest from the darting world. Presenter Michael Bridge, former world number one Colin Lloyd and Sky Sports Darts Editor Paul Prenderville are joined by darts stars past and present to discuss all the latest news and talking points on and off the oche. We will have all bases covered with interviews, news and a host of features. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes, Google and follow us on Spotify.
98 Episodes
Reverse
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review Nights 6-9 of the 2021 Premier League season (20:50). We speak to Gary Anderson who progressed to Phase 2 of the competition and is targeting a top four spot in Milton Keynes (44:37). We hear from Sky Sports pundits Wayne Mardle and Mark Webster as they look at the form of Glen Durrant following his elimination from the league (25:45). We also round-up all the news from Super Series 3 (05:00) and look ahead to Nights 10-12 in the Premier League as we reveal the fixtures for the next block of action (55:23). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Colin Lloyd and Laura Turner via Microsoft Teams to review the first five nights of action from the 2021 Premier League season (32:58). We speak to Dimitri Van den Bergh who has enjoyed an impressive start to his debut campaign in Milton Keynes (20:35). We catch up with PDC chief executive Matt Porter as he discusses the season so far whilst looking ahead to the rest of 2021 as they plan for the return of fans to venues (50:24). We also round-up all the news from the past couple of weeks (08:19) and look ahead to Nights 6-9 in the Premier League as Judgement Night looms (66:50). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to preview the 2021 Premier League season (23:36). We speak to the 2020 winner Glen Durrant who is looking to find his form when the new campaign begins in Milton Keynes (33:42). We catch up with PDC chairman Barry Hearn for an extended interview as he discusses the challenge of keeping sport going during the pandemic and what his hopes for the 2021 season are, amongst other things (52:04). We also round-up all the latest action from the past couple of weeks in the PDC (02:53). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville, Colin Lloyd and Mark Webster via Microsoft Teams to review the UK Open (04:00) and we speak to the winner James Wade as he completed a hat-trick of wins at the tournament (20:16). We also look back at Super Series 1 (42:41) and catch up with Alan Soutar who has made an impressive start to life in the PDC (52:36). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review Q-School (18:27) and we speak to Scott Mitchell who was one of the players to win a PDC Tour Card (19:44). We look ahead to the UK Open (47:27) and speak to a former winner of the event in Nathan Aspinall who can't wait to get out of the house and playing darts again (53:52). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Colin Lloyd and Laura Turner via Microsoft Teams to review the 2021 Masters (04:32) as Jonny Clayton won the first tournament of the new season and booked his spot in this year's Premier League. The Welshman joins us to discuss his perfect weekend (08:36). We look ahead to Qualifying School (27:14) and speak to Kevin Painter who is aiming to win back his Tour Card (31:33) and Fallon Sherrock who is hoping to secure a spot on the PDC ProTour for the first time (45:50). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined in the virtual world by Colin Lloyd to review the World Championship at Alexandra Palace (17:33). We hear from the new world champion Gerwyn Price who spoke to the PDC (06:55) and runner-up Gary Anderson tells us he is here to stay for a long time (28:12). We call Danny Baggish to reflect on his impressive run in the tournament as he turns his focus to Q-School (49:23). We also look ahead to the 2021 Premier League season after the format and line-up was revealed (01:08:09). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville, Mark Webster, Stuart Pyke and John Part at The World Championship to look back at the semi-finals of the tournament (01:30). We hear from Gerwyn Price who defeated Stephen Bunting in an epic encounter (02:42) and Gary Anderson who reached his fifth World Championship final after beating Dave Chisnall (08:27). We also discuss the 2021 Premier League season and potential picks for the line-up (14:49). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville, Mark Webster and Stuart Pyke at The World Championship to look back at the quarter-finals of the tournament (04:12). We speak to Gerwyn Price who is chasing down the world number one spot as well as the title (01:43). We hear from Dave Chisnall who knocked out Michael van Gerwen with a 5-0 whitewash victory (06:40) and Stephen Bunting tells us the reasons behind his strong run to the semi-finals (18:08). PDC Chief Executive Matt Porter speaks to us about plans for 2021 (21:22) and Colin Lloyd and Laura Turner take on quickfire Christmas quiz (31:14). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Mark Webster at The World Championship to look back at the second week of the tournament (03:59). We speak to Dimitri Van den Bergh who believes he can become world champion for the first time (11:23). We hear from Gary Anderson who was upset with Mensur Suljovic's slow play during their third round clash (16:27). Commentators Adam Smith and David Croft talk to us about switching sports behind the mic (23:47). Wayne Mardle and Emma Paton are the latest duo to join us for a quickfire Christmas quiz (37:02). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd at The World Championship to look back at the first week of the tournament (10:39). We speak to world number one Michael van Gerwen who says there is more to come after his second round victory (14:10). We hear from Scott Waites after he came through a thriller against Matt Campbell in the first round (30:18). John Part talks to us about Paul Lim after 'The Singapore Slinger' saw off Luke Humphries in a cracking tie (22:12). Mark Webster and Mikki Austin join us for a quickfire Christmas quiz (42:33) and Jamie Banks gives us the view from the PDC (02:05). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to preview the World Championship at Alexandra Palace (11:35). We speak to Dirk van Duijvenbode as he looks to finish off an impressive year with a good showing at Ally Pally (26:07). We catch up with Adrian Lewis who heads to north London aiming for his third world title (43:11). Laura Turner joins us to discuss the two female players involved in this year's tournament (52:36) and we hear part two of our interview with Phil Taylor as he looks back on some of his favourite memories (74:13). There's also time for a few of our favourite memories (68:08) and a quick round of 'It's Not Darts...But' (07:44). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review the Grand Slam of Darts as Jose De Sousa lifted the Eric Bristow trophy (05:56). We also look back at the Players Championship Finals where Michael van Gerwen returned to winning ways (15:11). Following the final World Championship Qualifier, we speak to Nick Kenny who is relishing his Alexandra Palace debut (34:55). We also hear from Jamie Lewis who sealed his return to the Palace and is looking to emulate his 2018 run (45:46). There's also part one of our interview with Phil Taylor as he gives his views on some of the hot topics in the sport (58:00). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Sky Sports commentators Stuart Pyke and Mark Webster as they look back on the semi-finals of the Grand Slam of Darts at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry (01:40). We hear from finalists James Wade (07:28) and Jose De Sousa (14:54) and make our predictions for the final (32:07). We also discuss the news that the World Championship will take place at Alexandra Palace with the possibility of a crowd at the venue (27:15). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge and Paul Prenderville are joined by Sky Sports commentator Stuart Pyke as they look back at an enthralling day of darts at the Grand Slam. On a day that featured 121 legs out of a possible 124, we dissect all four games (02.19) and look ahead to the semi-finals (21.55). We hear from Simon Whitlock after his historic win over MVG (06.52) and Jose De Sousa after he beat Michael Smith (18.30). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Sky Sports commentator Mark Webster after the second round of the Grand Slam of Darts. Paul and Mark look back at Nathan Aspinall's fantastic win over reigning champion Gerwyn Price (01.15) and we hear from an emotional Aspinall as well (17.15). Plus Simon Whitlock talks to us about life on tour and facing Michael van Gerwen next (05.26), then we take a look at the rest of the quarter-final matches. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge and Paul Prenderville are joined by Sky Sports commentator Mark Webster after the group stages of the Grand Slam of Darts. We look back at what has been a fantastic first few days (01.30), Michael van Gerwen gives us his thoughts on qualifying from group A (06.04) and Damon Heta joins us to talk about his ambitions in the Grand Slam and beyond (22.21). We then preview the knockout stages (16.50/31.30). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review the World Cup of Darts (01:48) and we speak to Jonny Clayton after he and Gerwyn Price lifted the trophy for Wales (12:18). We look ahead to the Winter Series (24:49) and preview the Grand Slam of Darts (36:30) as we hear from James Wade who is looking to add to his collection of major trophies (40:58). Raymond van Barneveld also joins us as he discusses his decision to make a comeback and he shares his views on the upcoming Grand Slam (64:32). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review the International Darts Open won by Joe Cullen and the European Championship where Peter Wright picked up another title (06:11). We look ahead to the World Cup of Darts (25:03) and speak to Scotland's John Henderson and Robert Thornton as they look to retain the trophy (32:45) and we hear from the Republic of Ireland's Willie O'Connor as he hopes to go one better than in 2019 (45:23). We also catch up with our presenter Michael Bridge as he prepares to travel to Austria for the tournament (58:36). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
Paul Prenderville is joined by Laura Turner and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to review the 2020 Premier League Play-Offs at Coventry's Ricoh Arena where Glen Durrant lifted the trophy (37:13). We look back at the Women's Series with Laura as Lisa Ashton and Deta Hedman qualified for this year's World Championship (05:54) and hear from PDC Chief Executive Matt Porter about the future of women's darts (16:38). We also speak to Jose De Sousa after he won the European Darts Grand Prix (51:18). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
loading
Comments (1)

Clint Bolton

Great show as always

Feb 5th
Reply
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store