Graham heads to North Carolina to sit down with Kyle Busch at his corporate headquarters for Kyle Busch Motorsports. The two-time NASCAR champ shares how Toyota helped him mature from a "young and dumb" driver, his crew chief quitting on him and an ongoing struggle with infertility. Plus, we tour the 77,000 square-foot KBM HQ and hear from Kyle's wife Samantha, brother Kurt Busch, team owner Joe Gibbs and others in his inner circle.
This week, Graham heads to the White House and to Orlando with Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam. He sits in on Annika and Gary Player’s Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony as the only media permitted and shares exclusive video from the event, hosted by President Donald Trump and held less than 24 hours after riots at the U.S. Capitol. A month later at Annika’s FL. home, she addresses ceremony criticism and discusses other monumental moments to-date, including making history playing with the men at Colonial and her premature son’s fight for survival. Plus, a look at Annika’s global philanthropic efforts to grow women’s golf, a tour of her lakeside property as well as conversations with her husband Mike and Gary Player.
Graham sits down with Cam Newton for the show's first-ever taping in front of a live audience, in Charlotte. The New England Patriots QB shares his experiences winning national championships with three different college teams, the game that changed his life and a rough transition into the NFL. Newton also reflects on accusations faced by his family and shows Graham firsthand what happens inside the huddle.