The moment has come for the 100th episode of the Untempered Schism, we take a look at the last adventure of the Ninth Doctor. With Rose and Caption Jack by this side, he will brave reality TV, killer robots, Daleks and the consequences of his own actions.
Continuing along on the tour of slightly rubbish monsters, The Untempered Schism turns our attention to “The Creature from the Pit”. A story of Tin Dogs, and big blobby monsters with unfortunately shaped limbs.
The Untempered Schism starts 2011 off by looking back at some of the… lesser monsters in Doctor Who. Up first is Warriors of the Deep with the return of the Silurians, the Sea Devils and the most infamous monster of Series 21, the Myrka!
On this special Christmas episode we take a look back at a Doctor Who adventure that you probably haven’t seen, but you might have heard. So kick back by the fire with a cup of tea and a plate of Jammie Dodgers, because The Untempered Schism Podcast is about to jump a time track.
The Untempered Schism continues bouncing around through the Third Doctor’s era, and this time we are sitting down to watch The Time Warrior. This story not only kicks of the Third Doctor’s last season, but also introduces both the Sontarans and Sarah Jane Smith.
This week the Untempered Schism podcast celebrates the 47th anniversary of Doctor Who by firing up the TARDIS and heading back to review the 10th anniversary special, “The Three Doctors” (even though it was broadcast in January of 1973 instead of November)
The Eleventh Doctor is off on his own (even if Amy and Rory are still in the opening credits) and found himself getting mixed up in an adventure with Shops, Cybermen, babies and Craig Owens. Not that it makes all that much sense (Really, the Doctor working in a shop?) but we’ll just go with it for now.
They say that words have power, that’s no more true than when the Word Lord Nobody No-One is around. When he’s around nobody is safe, words becoming reality with just the slip of the tongue, so don’t say anything about no-one or else it will become the truth. To stop him, the Seventh Doctor needs an even more circuitous plan than usual, luckily he has Ace and Hex around to help (whether they like it or not).
Reality and Fiction (or maybe Fiction and Fiction) collide as the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find themselves stepping outside of the universe and into the Land of Fiction. A world populated with a number of fictional characters and one real writer, the TARDIS crew has to find a way out before they end up fictional themselves.
Varos is hardly the most hospitable place to visit, let alone when the Sixth Doctor and Peri need some Zeiton-7 ore to fix the TARDIS. Of course it’s not quite easy to get, more so as the whole place is a former prison planet and run in about the most insane way possible. For the Doctor that just means he needs to perform bit of regime change on the side, for Peri it means gaining a few feathers.