Al Worden is one of only 24 humans in history to have flown to the Moon. During his recent visit to Ireland, Shane Hannon sat down with the former test pilot and NASA astronaut to discuss his remarkable life.
He is one of the biggest names in world athletics at the moment and the reigning Olympic 400m champion. Grenadian sprinter Kirani James sat down with Shane Hannon at the recent One Young World summit in Dublin to talk about his influences, advice for aspiring athletes and the importance of sport.
Many will recognize him for his role as Nidge in that (quite) popular RTÉ gangland drama, and he is an exceptional actor of both stage and screen. Tom Vaughan-Lawlor sits down with Shane Hannon to discuss Love/Hate, honing his craft and the magic of the theatre.
Senator, scholar and survivor. Sen. David Norris sits down with Shane Hannon to discuss his fight for human rights, battle with cancer, and that Presidential election.
With a starring role in the light-hearted ‘The Grand Seduction’ hot on the heels from the critically-acclaimed ‘Calvary’, Brendan Gleeson sits down with Shane Hannon to discuss Canadian accents, the Irish language and the fundamental theme of community.
Thirty-five members of his family were wiped out during the Holocaust. He himself was taken to the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at the age of nine, and it’s only in recent years that he has opened up about his experiences. Survivor Tomi Reichental talks to Shane Hannon about his harrowing ordeal.
Having made his name on the West End, Broadway and Hollywood, Emmy Award-winning Scottish actor Brian Cox chats to Shane Hannon about his Irish ancestry, his most memorable roles, and his support for Scottish independence.