Not sure how you would do this, especially on audio. But considering Doctor Who has been known to lampoon/tackle other genres, I would like to see them attempt to do an action film.
Maybe something along the lines of Last Action Hero where due to the actions of an alien device, the world is steadily changing to become more destructive? (A single bullet can blow up a tank, etc)
Can you imagine U.N.I.T. having to deal with the actions of an out of control action hero? Especially if said hero does have the best of intentions?
Hey, this might be the first time that hyperbole can be used unironically as an adjective to describe a bit of technical gadgetry. It would literally be a Hyperbolic Intensifier ("I call it the Very Machine," said the Doctor.).
"Courage isn't a matter of not being frightened you know; It's being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway."
Even though I do agree that it would probably for the best to not do a continuation of the Sarah Jane Adventures, I think it would be neat to see some of it incorporated into an adventure or two. Maybe the Bane or Miss Wormwood could appear to oppose the Doctor or even UNIT? What about the Xyloks lying just beneath the Earth’s surface?
I’d like to see another release featuring Frobisher. Who wouldn’t after all? I do seem to have this recurring image I find quite amusing of an adventure with him in the Old West. Just the thought of a penguin wearing a Stetson and holster riding atop a horse tickles my funny bones.
As much I am getting rather tired of the Time War at the moment, I would be keen to see a Chronicles of the Time War esque boxset which focuses on how the conflict has affected the universe outside of Gallifrey and the Doctor.
In between the seconds of eternity that make up the foundations of reality, the Time War rages on...
Abslom Daak. Criminal. Psychopath. Dalek Killer. Long ago, he and his band of Star Tigers were once the scourge of the Dalek Empire.
But those days are long since gone. And Daak is not the man he used to be. Age and a close encounter one too many have robbed him of his youth and killer instinct.
His life once considered a death sentence has now become a purgatory. It’s unknown how Daak has been able to survive for so long but many think that it’s a combination of stubbornness and simply because he doesn’t know how to die.
Not like Daak cares at all what people may think.
After all, he now spends his days on the fringes of the galaxy working for far too little credits as part of security at a sleazy night club. Wasting away many a sleepless night drinking with his closest thing to a friend, the delusional Sontaran “Commander” Strask and getting into fights with the occasional rowdy Ogron patron.
That it is until he visited by a mysterious stranger who makes him an offer. Now reunited with his former Star Tigers (many of whom have since moved on with their lives) Daak finds himself taking part in one last mission. A mission which will take him deep within the heart of the ever expanding Dalek Empire to save existence as we know it.
After all, what’s a Dalek Killer to do?
Time to rev up the Chain-Sword...
Obviously something like Logan would be a good example for what this sort of story would be.