Rich directed "Let's Kill Hitler", the opening episode of the 2011 autumn series. It was nominated for 'Director Debut of the Year' at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival 2012. Prior to working on full episodes, Rich directed and edited five mini episodes, along with special scenes for the Doctor Who Proms, the Doctor Who Live arena tour, the Doctor Who Experience and the opening of ITV's National Television Awards.  In 2013 Rich was Second Unit Director on the 50th Anniversary Special "The Day Of The Doctor".

 CLIP  CROP CIRCLES (INTRO)

Written by Steven Moffat

Produced by Marcus Wilson, Exec Produced by Piers Wenger, Beth Willis, Steven Moffat

Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill and Nina Toussaint-White.

It's been months since Amy and Rory last saw the Doctor. Where has he been? And more importantly, has he located the daughter they never knew they had? Amy has a sound plan to attract the Doctor's attention across the vast expanse of time and space. Unfortunately it involves driving Rory's Mini at break-neck speed around a cornfield... attracting more attention than they ever bargained for.

Intro from "Let's Kill Hitler", first transmitted Saturday 27th August 2011 on BBC ONE

 FULL EPISODE  S6E8: "LET'S KILL HITLER"

Written by Steven Moffat

Produced by Marcus Wilson, Exec Produced by Piers Wenger, Beth Willis, Steven Moffat

Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, Nina Toussaint-White, Richard Dillane, Albert Welling and Philip Rham. 

In the desperate search for Amy and Rory's daughter, the TARDIS crash-lands in 1930s Berlin. The Doctor comes face to face with the greatest war criminal in the universe. And Hitler. Old friendships are tested to their limits as the Doctor suffers the ultimate betrayal and must teach his adversaries that with the power of time travel comes great responsibility.

Autumn season premiere, first transmitted Saturday 27th August 2011 on BBC ONE

 MINI EPISODES  "SPACE" & "TIME"

Written by Steven Moffat

Produced by Annabella Hurst-Brown, Exec Produced by Piers Wenger and Beth Willis

Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

The Doctor is performing some tricky TARDIS maintenance. Rory is helping... or is he hindering? A mishap with a vital component causes the TARDIS to materialise inside itself. Amy's beside herself and Rory's seeing double. Can the Doctor solve the comedic cunundrum and restore normality before reality itself implodes? Or even worse, will they be stuck with two Amys forever? 

First transmitted as a two-part Comic Relief special, 18th March 2011 on BBC ONE

 MINI EPISODES  "BAD NIGHT" & "GOOD NIGHT"

Written by Steven Moffat

Produced by Annabella Hurst-Brown, Exec Produced by Piers Wenger and Beth Willis

Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

Amy and Rory unwittingly discover what the Doctor gets up to at night while they're asleep in the TARDIS. Much to their horror it involves transmorphing the monarchy into goldfish, playing the euphonium on the moon, and sneaking off on dates with the mischevious River Song. But Amy doesn't have time for his show-stopping shenanigans - she has something much more serious on her mind.

Released as two "Night and the Doctor" mini episodes on DVD, November 2011

 

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"LET'S KILL HITLER"

"really, really good... an energetic tour de force... a strong, standalone, character-based episode that manages to carry the weight of the entire series, while making perfect, poetic sense"

The Guardian

"Doctor Who is now 48 years old, yet it's still so young, so fresh.

Let's Kill Hitler was brimming with the invention, zest and confidence

of a rosy-cheeked TV youngster in its second season... energetic and 

thoroughly modern... this feels epic, important, meaningful,

like a series finale half way through" ★★★★★

SFX

★★★★★

Mail on Sunday

"a terrific opener with plenty of fun and laugh-aloud jokes

amid all the action" ★★★★

Daily Mail

"giddily thrilling entertainment" ★★★★

The Telegraph

"a stormer of an episode... this was Doctor Who cooking on intergalactic gas"

Metro

★★★★

Daily Express

"a massively entertaining episode that's fizzing with spectacle,

funny lines and breath-taking twists"

Radio Times

"the kind of television that, put simply, the vast majority of people simply

can't do... director Richard Senior keeps a busy episode zipping along with necassary clarity... brings Doctor Who back onto our screen with considerable style"

Den of Geek

"it's another belter - inventive, funny, touching" 

Time Out

"absolutely dynamite"

Digital Spy

"marvellously entertaining, funny, clever...

an excellent Doctor Who episode"

Entertainment Weekly

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