Graham spends two days with Rev. Jesse Jackson, from his headquarters in Chicago to the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. The college athlete turned civil rights activist discusses his tough upbringing, his critics and the assassination of his colleague, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plus, Jackson reflects on the enduring connection between sports and protest and offers an exclusive, first-hand look at his fight against Parkinson's disease.
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 spends two days in North Carolina with legendary NFL coach turned NASCAR team owner, Joe Gibbs. He discusses the personal cost of his dedication to the Redskins and speaks at length about the recent death of his son, J.D. and the legacy he left. Plus, the Pro Football Hall of Famer gives us a look at his transformative prison ministry in action.