Graham Bensinger sits down with the the iconic NBA forward, Charles Barkley, who shares stories of a life-changing run-in with the law as a child, accepting cash from agents while in college and his thoughts on those NCAA regulations today. “Sir Charles” also reflects on highlights from a legendary career, including the ‘92 “Dream Team,” his relationship with Michael Jordan and how the issue behind his infamous “Role Model” commercial is still prevalent today.
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.
On a special, two-part episode featuring the man many regard as the greatest golfer ever, Jack Nicklaus, Graham spends three days with the “The Golden Bear” as they jet set to four cities aboard his private jet. Nicklaus offers a rare look at his intense travel schedule, motivations to grow his already unprecedented legacy and a celebrity-packed unveiling of one of his signature courses. During the 30th anniversary of his 1986 win at The Masters, Nicklaus reflects on his fondest memories from Augusta, the dramatic impact of losing his father and shows he’s just as busy today with business ventures as he was winning 18 majors.