After registering his first World Championship victory confident Ted Evetts is making a name for himself and he is now targeting the scalp of Adrian Lewis.
"This is the most important part of the year. You can't do anything that you will regret afterwards," says Michael van Gerwen.
It's the bumper Darts Show Podcast Christmas special and we are joined by Stephen Fry, Daryl Gurney, Lisa Ashton and Rod Studd.
The Machine, Jackpot, The Adonis, Voltage and Snakebite are all great nicknames, but have you ever wondered what your own darts nickname would be?
Lisa Ashton and Anastasia Dobromyslova will make history when they take to the oche at the Alexandra Palace in the coming days.
It's been a very different year for world champion Rob Cross; will a return to the Ally Pally stage inspire a return to title-winning heights for Voltage?
PDC Chairman Barry Hearn says "cracks" are appearing in Michael van Gerwen's armour with his domination under threat from darts' new faces.
Do you know the difference between The Viking and The Saint? Test your knowledge...
Discussion from the Grand Slam of Darts, won by Gerwyn Price amid his controversial on-stage antics.
Referee Huw Ware was just 20 when he first opened up about being a gay man working in darts. He tells Sky Sports why visibility matters.
Raymond van Barneveld is still focused on the biggest prizes as he bids for a second Grand Slam crown in Wolverhampton this week.
Mikuru Suzuki has enjoyed unprecedented dominance on the women's circuit in Japan, and now he's she targeting qualification to the Alexandra Palace.
We asked Scott Waites, the only man from the BDO to claim the Grand Slam title, to run the rule over this year's eight representatives......
James Wade ended a seven-year wait for a televised PDC ranking major at the European Championship in Dortmund.
Rob Cross is already eyeing up his World Championship title defence, where he hopes a change of darts can inspire him to further glory.
Steve Beaton believes the simplicity of his technique has kept him competitive since the early-1990s.
Peter Wright will take on Michael van Gerwen in the World Grand Prix final, as he aims to clinch a second PDC major.
As Daryl Gurney prepares to defend his first major title, he tells Sky Sports he cannot believe that 12 months have gone since an emotional night on the Emerald Isle.
Michael Smith insists he is "still a work in progress" as he chases the incredible consistency level of Michael van Gerwen ahead of the World Grand Prix in Dublin.
With the Ryder Cup this week's hot topic, we asked Wayne Mardle and Rod Studd to pick their teams for a mythical Ryder Cup of Darts.
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