Graham travels to Brackley, England to sit down with five-time Formula 1 champ, Lewis Hamilton. The global icon and one of TIME's most influential people talks about breaking barriers as the first black driver in the F1, the controversial decisions to leave both Team McLaren and his father as manager and a lost friendship with former teammate and rival, Nico Rosberg. Plus, Lewis and Graham drive through the English countryside to discuss dating, dodging the paparazzi and a cold shoulder from Oprah Winfrey.
Graham sits down with John Daly at his home in rural Arkansas. The popular, outspoken golf pro shares stories from more than two decades on the PGA Tour, including career wins, recent struggles with his game and personal battles with addiction off the course. Daly offers a tour his extensive memorabilia collection and his decked out Arkansas Razorbacks-themed RV, plus blasts monstrous drives from a tee box on his golf course.
Graham sits down with tennis legend and champion for gender equality, Billie Jean King. She shares memories of career highlights, including the famed Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs, her decision to help form the first women's league, and her vision for World TeamTennis (WTT). King also discusses her beginnings in the sport and a tense press conference when she first publicly admitted she is gay.