Graham sits down with the most accomplished NASCAR driver in racing history, Richard Petty, at his museum and garage in North Carolina. Petty reflects on racing-related tragedies and using those as inspiration to create Victory Junction, a camp serving thousands of children with chronic diseases. “The King” also shares stories of sustaining severe injuries, courting his future wife and eating fried chicken with President Reagan, among other accounts from his historic career.
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. Plus, Graham tours Dwight’s 35,000 square-foot mansion, and hears his best celebrity impressions.
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. 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. Plus, Graham learns how to play cricket, one of the world's most popular sports.