Raven

Episode One

A juvenile delinquent named Raven is sent to an archaeological dig site as part of his reform. He will stay with Professor Young and his wife, who are running out of time to recover ancient artifacts from the underground dig before the government takes it over to dump nuclear waste there. Raven tags along with …

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Episode Two

Raven’s time with the Youngs grows stranger as he learns that the bird he has seen repeatedly is called a merlin. Professor Young fills Raven in on the background of the archaeological site, and the possible effects of converting it into a dumping ground for nuclear waste. Raven tries to sway the editor of the …

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Episode Three

The mystery of what happened to Raven in the caves – and left a visible mark, the astrological symbol of the planet Pluto, on his forehead – attracts the attention of Naomi Grant, who comes to the Youngs’ house to interview Raven for the newspaper. She ventures into the caves with Raven, and is alarmed …

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Episode Four

Raven escapes the worst part of the rockfall and raises the alarm; the rest of the dig workers and emergency services arrive to dig out the buried man, who may still have enough air for a few minutes, though the effort to reach him is expected to take hours. Arriving on the heels of the …

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Episode Five

Following the miraculous rescue of Bill Telford, interest in Raven increases, both from the media and from those around him, though he’s crushed to learn that this doesn’t include any romantic interest from Naomi. Raven overhears a conversation between Naomi and Professor Young in which they believe that Raven may be the reincarnation of King …

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Episode Six

After the meeting in the stone circle, Raven emerges as the voice of a movement against the dumping of nuclear waste in the caves. But Raven suddenly bolts out of a meeting at the county hall, overcome by a feeling that something “big” is still needed to change the minds of government ministers in favor …

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