It’s a brand Darts Show podcast with Phil Taylor carrying top billing along with women’s world no 4 Fallon Sherrock along with Sky Sports’ Rod Studd.
Michael Bridge makes an return to the studio, teaming up for first time in a few months with Colin Lloyd and Paul Prenderville.
There is plenty to get through a few European Tour beats for Michael van Gerwen and titles such as Mensur Suljovic along with Joe Cullen, as usual a trio of guests check in to speak tungsten.
The Electricity – Phil Taylor makes his long awaited debut about the bunny, and has lots to say because he talks up Leighton Bennett for the Grand Slam, ponders the second step for women’s darts and brings us up to date with what he has been up to.
Fallon Sherrock – we check in with the world no 4 on the target of a place along with a season of near misses in Alexandra Palace in December , with the women’s World Champions qualifier looming.
Colin Lloyd – our resident global darts superstar has his say on a overdue name for Joe Cullen, the chase for Grand Slam places and far more besides.
Rod Studd – the Sky Sports commentator reveals how trainings for a busy second half of the year have been moving, from winding Wayne Mardle to the merits of these games superstars up handling their program and swotting up
It’s Not Darts However,… – Lloydy takes up this week’s large topic, and takes us to the biscuit tin after the previous episode saw jam only edge out plucky custard from the excellent doughnut debate.
It is not long to wait patiently until darts is back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway on Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena and seven times of coverage continues until the final on Saturday, October 12.