I mean, just on a basic level, given that every single existing episode of Doctor Who is actively for sale, right now, with a modern day release, clearly intended not as a historical document (regardless of how many special features there are) but as “this…
Also, it should be noted that, in the end, the person who ultimately “burned the world” was Alfred.
Bruce Wayne: The bandit, in the forest in Burma, did you catch him?
Alfred Pennyworth: Yes.
Bruce Wayne: How?
Alfred Pennyworth: We burned the forest down.
The corrupt system ultimately destroyed “the world” of the story.
Cabin in the Woods, which I just recently bought and re-watched, (SPOILER ALERT) culminates in the protagonists rejecting an entire system that was once full of meaning but had become just empty ritual. They decide that its better to knock it all down and start over then continue as they were. (The movie has a sort of puerile sensibility to this move, but damn did it give me a thrill to see a character so full reject their genre.)