BBC Timeshift tells the story of how a traditional working-class pub game (darts) became a national obsession during the 1970s and 80s, and looks at the key role television played in elevating its larger-than-life players into household names.
Siobhan Finneran narrates a documentary which charts the game's surprising history, its cross-class and cross-gender appeal, and the star players that, for two decades, transformed a pub pastime into a sporting spectacle like no other.
Featuring legendary names such as Alan Evans and Jocky Wilson and including contributions from dartplayers: Eric Bristow, Bobby George, John Lowe and Phil Taylor.
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