As we witness a golden age in TV drama, Aer Lingus offers engaging choices with boxsets of Fargo, The Walking Dead and Mad Men on offer, as well as multiple episodes from the highly acclaimed series, Game of Thrones and a return to fan favourites, The Sopranos and The Wire.
Modern Family first hit our screens in 2010, and has become somewhat of a cultural defining series. Now, with four consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series and a Golden Globe for Best Comedy TV Series, Modern Family returns with Season 6. Two episodes are available on board your Aer Lingus flight.
Those with a more anarchic sense of humour might appreciate two new episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Also on board are multiple episodes of New Girl, The Big Bang Theory, Girls and Togetherness.
Our human senses are pretty incredible - but we only see, hear and smell a tiny fraction of what’s out there. Tune into Super Senses to explore the extraordinary sense of smell that some animals possess.
Also available on board are Bullit, which features an exclusive look at the public and private life of legendary DJ Steve Lawler, National Geographic’s Megafactories and Cosmos: A Space Odyssey, hosted by astrophysicist, Neil DeGrasse Tyson. For more on Ireland and Irish culture, tune into On a River in Ireland, which follows Colin Stafford-Johnson as he travels on the river Shannon, or Tracks and Trails featuring novelist and broadcaster Manchán Magan.
Sports fans shouldn’t miss World Wide Sports, which features a selection of interviews and highlights, focusing on the drama, passion and dedication of top-level sports professionals.
Also on board are Sporting Rivalries: South Africa vs. New Zealand (a must-watch for rugby fans!), The Fast Lane for those with an interest in motorsport, and HSBC: Golfing World 2015.
This month, Bloomberg takes you behind the scenes of the world’s biggest healthcare products company, Johnson ' Johnson. We talk to the CEO about the company’s strategy to expand in emerging markets and why it is taking a page from Silicon Valley when it comes to trying to create the next big thing. Also from Bloomberg are Eye to Eye, featuring footwear designer, Christian Louboutin and CSuite, looking at the marketing strategy of Domino’s pizza. .
Meanwhile, EuroNews bring us Business Planet, Real Economy and Science - all of which cast a cold eye over economics, technology and scientific developments.
Enjoy highlights of the Big Apple as John Fitzpatrick, CEO of Fitzpatrick Hotels North America, invites us to explore his quintessentially Irish hotel and his version of New York in the TV short, Fitzpatrick Hotels New York. For more on Irish culture, food and music, tune into Other Voices, Kitchen Hero with Donal Skehan and Living the Wildlife, in which Colin Stafford-Johnson takes his journey to Wicklow, where he meets local birdwatcher Dick Coombs.
In this month’s episode of Video Killed the Radio Star we meet Simple Minds frontman Jim Kerr as he discusses some of his band’s most memorable videos. Also available are Pawn Stars, The Art Of Sushi, Project Runways All Stars and Jamie’s Comfort Food.
Kids will surely enjoy Learn To Draw - an educational drawing show, presented by energetic international cartoonist Øistein Kristiansen, which demonstrates new techniques and gives inspiration to get kids drawing!
Fans of Learn to Draw may also enjoy charming animated series Pip Ahoy! or an imaginative episode of Rocka-Bye Island. Teens may be more inclined to view and enjoy Austin and Ally, a sitcom about a young internet celebrity or Marvel’s Avengers Assemble starring some much-loved comic characters.