Graham spends the day with NBA player Dwight Howard at his Atlanta-area estate. The all-star discusses his career ascension, from his high school state championship and going first overall at the 2004 NBA Draft, to winning the NBA Dunk Contest and upsetting LeBron James and the Cavs en route to the 2009 NBA Finals. Dwight also opens up about his family, from his state-trooper father to his five children.
Graham travels all the way to India to sit down with Virat Kohli, one of cricket’s biggest stars inside of his beautiful home in Mumbai. The international phenom discusses his career ascension, from training as a child to his selection to the Indian Premier League. Virat also opens up about his relationship with Bollywood star Anushka Sharma, from their awkward first meeting to their secret wedding ceremony. And, for the first time, Virat delves deeply into the impact the death of his father had on his mental state, and how it affected his career.
Eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker, Brian Urlacher, invites Graham to his home in the Chicago suburbs to reflect on career highlights, his lasting reputation and a contentious split after 13 years with the Chicago Bears. The Pro Football Hall of Famer also opens up about losing his mom and shares his take on the NFL's concussion protocol.
Arnold Palmer, a true icon of sports history, and one of the most beloved golfers to ever play. In this special episode we look back on the life of the late Hall of Famer, who died in September of 2016. Graham talks Palmer's his humble beginnings to the lasting influence of his father. Listen to Palmer re-live his journey that made him a legendary competitor on the course and one of the most popular athletes of all time. Graham sat down with Palmer in August of 2015 for this interview, in his hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
Graham sits down with Tim Howard in Jacksonville, Florida. Howard remembers growing up with Tourette’s, his efforts to hide it from friends and teammates, and how the condition continues to affect him right up to gameplay. He also reflects on his time playing for both Manchester United and Everton, and tells Bensinger what he has planned when he retires at the end of his current contract.
Graham spends the day in Texas at the home of George Foreman, who discusses his drastically different mentality and spirituality when winning two world heavyweight championship titles. Foreman also reflects on his humble upbringing, his incredible success promoting electric grills.
Graham sits down with motorsports legend, Mario Andretti at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. Andretti shares stories from his childhood in an Italian refugee camp, hiding racing from his father and career highlights as the only driver to win an Indy 500, Daytona 500 and Formula One World Championship.
Graham sits down with former U.S. cyclists Floyd Landis. He admits to doping, explains why he denied it, when he got caught, and how it felt to finally came clean. He also details the role Lance Armstrong played in the dark era of cycling, and the power he had.
Graham sits down with three-time All-Star outfielder, Matt Kemp, in Los Angeles. The former Dodger opens up about not knowing how to play when he joined the majors, coping with fan and management criticism, and narrowly losing the 2011 MVP. He also remembers growing up with his mom, almost pursuing basketball over baseball and tears of joy when his first long-term contract was finalized.
Graham Bensinger sits down with British tennis star, Andy Murray, in Miami, Florida. Murray shares a tragic moment from his childhood, when a gunman walked into his primary school in Dunblane, Scotland, and killed 16 fellow students and one teacher. He also reflects on his career, and his wins at Wimbledon and in the Olympics.