‘Breaking Bad’ was one of the most ground-breaking television shows of recent times, and its influence is still being felt worldwide. Shane Hannon had a chat with one of the stars of the series, RJ Mitte, about life on the set, breakfast, music and attacking the stigma of living with a disability.
High-profile cases of concussion in various sports recently have shone the spotlight on the issue once more. Shane Hannon explores the history of head trauma on the field of play and in the ring, and outlines why the matter needs to be taken more seriously.
The Camino de Santiago, or ‘Way of St James’, is a famous pilgrimage route in northern Spain with a history dating back thousands of years. Shane Hannon documents his experiences walking the final 113km over four summer days from Sarria into Santiago de Compostela.
Since its on-screen premiere in 2010, The Walking Dead has become one of the most-watched basic cable shows in television history, and Steven Yeun has starred in it from the very outset. Shane Hannon chatted with him ahead of the eagerly-anticipated resumption of Season 5 about his acting career, his character Glenn’s journey and how being on the show has changed his life.
Performance artist Matthew Silver has been delighting passers-by on the streets and in the subways of the Big Apple for years. From street performance tips to his message of universal love, his thoughts on a higher power and developing his character, Shane Hannon has a fascinating discussion with the man himself.
*Not for the easily offended
Film Title: Interstellar
Director: Christopher Nolan
Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine.
Release Date: Out Now
The recent Orbital Sciences launch mishap was closely followed by a tragic day for Virgin Galactic and the spaceflight community in general. Shane Hannon analyses the incidents and considers where the commercial space industry goes from here.