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Let's Play Darts

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Let's Play Darts
GenreSports
Presented byGabby Logan
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series2
No. of episodes11
Production
Running time30–60 minutes
Production company(s)Zeppotron
DistributorEndemol Shine UK
Release
Original networkBBC Two
Picture format16:9 (HDTV)
Audio formatStereo
Original release1 March 2015 (2015-03-01) –
13 March 2016 (2016-03-13)

Let's Play Darts is a charity sports show hosted by Gabby Logan. The show sees celebrities team up with professional darts players to play five rounds of darts before announcing a winner. The winner from each quarter-final episode goes through to the semi-final rounds.

Episode guide

Series 1 (2015)

The series was filmed on 3–4 September, and aired in early March in the lead-up to the Comic Relief fundraiser marathon.

The series also featured Comic Relief appeal films from Lenny Henry, Liza Tarbuck, Emma Willis and Angela Griffin as well as presenter Gabby Logan.

Participants

Celebrity Known for Darts Nickname Professional Partner Status
Martin Offiah Former Rugby Player "Chariots" Anastasia Dobromyslova Lost 1st quarter-final
On 1 March 2015
Liza Tarbuck Actress and Presenter "Queen of Darts" Bobby George Lost 2nd quarter-final
On 2 March 2015
Sean Lock Comedian "The Midwife" Ted Hankey Lost 3rd quarter-final
On 3 March 2015
Bob Mortimer Comedian "Carpets" Andy Fordham Lost 4th quarter-final
On 4 March 2015
Richard Osman Television Presenter "Big Frimley Giant" Deta Hedman Lost 1st semi-final
On 5 March 2015
Roisin Conaty Comedian and Actress "The Wedding Slinger" Richie George Lost 2nd semi-final
On 6 March 2015
Tim Vine Comedian and Actor "The Punaway Train" Darryl Fitton Runner-up
On 8 March 2015
Lee Mack Comedian and Actor "Hit The Board" Martin Adams Winner
On 8 March 2015

Matches

Quarter-Finals

The quarter-final matches were aired between 1 and 4 March 2015. Each match was the best of 9 legs (or the first to 5 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
1 1 March 2015 Quarter Final 1 Mack/Adams 5–1 Offiah/Dobromyslova
2 2 March 2015 Quarter Final 2 Osman/Hedman 5–3 Tarbuck/B George
3 3 March 2015 Quarter Final 3 Lock/Hankey 2–5 Vine/Fitton
4 4 March 2015 Quarter Final 4 Conaty/R George 5–4 Mortimer/Fordham
Semi-Finals

The semi-final matches were aired on 5 and 6 March 2015. Each match was the best of 11 legs (or the first to 6 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
5 5 March 2015 Semi Final 1 Mack/Adams 6–0 Osman/Hedman
6 6 March 2015 Semi Final 2 Vine/Fitton 6–2 Conaty/R George
Final

The Final was aired on 8 March 2015. It was the best of 15 legs (or the first to 8 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
7 8 March 2015 Final Mack/Adams 8–5 Vine/Fitton

Series 2 (2016)

It was announced on 8 October 2015 that the programme will return for a second series for Sport Relief on 21 February 2016 and will feature brand new competitors, including the return of the "Punaway Train" from last year, Tim Vine. Vassos Alexander announced that Deta Hedman's partner was Jon Richardson.

Participants

Celebrity Known for Darts Nickname Professional Partner Status
Jordan Stephens Singer "The Dartbreaker" Anastasia Dobromyslova Lost 1st quarter-final
On 21 February 2016
Katherine Ryan Comedian "Moose Knuckles" Andy Fordham Lost 2nd quarter-final
On 21 February 2016
Robbie Savage Former footballer and pundit "The Treble Maker" Bobby George Lost 3rd quarter-final
On 28 February 2016
Jon Richardson Comedian "The Lancashire HotShot" Deta Hedman Lost 4th quarter-final
On 28 February 2016
Greg Davies Comedian and actor "The Abominable Throwman" Martin Adams Lost 1st semi-final
On 6 March 2016
Kate Humble Wildlife expert and television presenter "Wild Thing" Glen Durrant Lost 2nd semi-final
On 6 March 2016
Mike Tindall Former rugby player "The Titan" Scott Mitchell Runner Up
On 13 March 2016
Tim Vine Comedian and actor "The Punaway Train" Darryl Fitton Winner
On 13 March 2016

Matches

Quarter-Finals

The quarter-final matches were aired on 21 and 28 February 2016. Each match was the best of 9 legs (or the first to 5 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
1 21 February 2016 Quarter Final 1 Davies/Adams 5–3 Stephens/Dobromyslova
1 21 February 2016 Quarter Final 2 Ryan/Fordham 4–5 Tindall/Mitchell
2 28 February 2016 Quarter Final 3 Savage/George 2–5 Vine/Fitton
2 28 February 2016 Quarter Final 4 Richardson/Hedman 2–5 Humble/Durrant
Semi-Finals

The semi-final matches were aired on 6 March 2016. Each match was the best of 11 legs (or the first to 6 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
3 6 March 2016 Semi Final 1 Davies/Adams 1–6 Tindall/Mitchell
3 6 March 2016 Semi Final 2 Vine/Fitton 6–0 Humble/Durrant
Final

The Final was aired on 13 March 2016. It was the best of 15 legs (or the first to 8 legs).

Episode Airdate Round Team 1 Score Team 2
4 13 March 2016 Final Tindall/Mitchell 7–8 Vine/Fitton

Transmissions

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 1 March 2015 8 March 2015 7
2 21 February 2016 13 March 2016 4

External links

This page was last edited on 5 February 2020, at 01:45
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