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The Ravencliff Witch was the second story of the eleventh series of the Fourth Doctor Adventures, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by David Llewellyn and featured Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor and Nerys Hughes as Margaret Hopwood.

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The TARDIS lands in Ravencliff, a small town on the English coast that stands in the shade of a newly built power station. And that just happens to be haunted.

Every now and then a spectral figure is glimpsed on the beach - the Ravencliff witch. And every time she appears, it’s the prelude to disaster.

The Doctor has to solve the mystery of her appearances if he wants to prevent a catastrophe. But he won’t have to do it alone – as he has the help of Margaret Hopwood, a renowned sculptor destined to play a big part in his life.

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