Doctor Who (1963–1989)
. "Thin Ice" by Marc Platt, which would have featured The Ice Warriors in London (later Moscow) in 1968. It would have seen the departure of Ace to the Prydonian Academy to become a Time Lord. The story was to introduce a character with underworld connections who was intended to become a recurring character similar to the Brigadier. The character would have a daughter born at the conclusion of the adventure who would be named by the Doctor. The plot would have featured an Ice Warrior's armour in the London Dungeon and two reincarnated Warriors continuing a long rivalry. Platt also intended to have bikers being controlled by the Ice Warriors (and wearing similar helmets), scenes on a terraformed pastoral Mars, and a more mystical bent to the aliens while deepening their history.
. "Crime of the Century" by Andrew Cartmel, which would have introduced a cat burglar/safecracker named Raine Creevey (Beth Chalmers) as the next companion. Her father would have been the character with underworld connections from "Thin Ice".
"Animal" by Andrew Cartmel, in which The Doctor, Raine and UNIT investigate a science laboratory at Margrave University, 2001. The story would have seen the return of Brigadier Winifred Bambera from "Battlefield".