Surfing legend, Kelly Slater opens up about his difficult childhood, constant globetrotting and the technology he’s developing at his surf ranch.
Travis Pastrana details some of his most dangerous stunts, including finding inspiration from Keanu Reeves to skydive without a parachute.
The late Jim Brown shares memorable moments from his football career.
Graham sat down with former tennis star Caroline Wozniacki back in 2014. She discusses her meteoric rise to the top of the tennis world, her close friendship with Serena Williams and opens up about golf star Rory McIlroy breaking off their engagement.
NBA star Jayson Tatum on his work ethic - and his mom's unique way of motivating him.
Illusionist and Endurance Artist, David Blaine remembers how preparing for a Ted Talk eradicated his stage fright
IndyCar icon Dario Franchitti sits down with Graham to talk about the scary crash that forced him to retire, how his parents were barely able to keep his racing dreams alive, and a short-sighted transition into NASCAR. Plus, Franchitti looks back on the best memories from his decorated IndyCar career.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne reflect on neck surgery that left him in severe pain.
Craig Robinson talks about taking the high road through his divorce.
Graham sits down with the crew from the Dolph Lundgren episode to recap their time with the iconic action star.
We spend two days in Los Angeles with Swedish actor, filmmaker and martial artist, Dolph Lundgren. The chemical engineer turned “Rocky IV” villain remembers a rapid reorientation after finding fame, plus highs and lows of his family-like relationship with Sylvester Stallone. For the first time ever, Dolph reveals he’s been battling cancer since 2015 and how a newfound lease on life helped him wrestle demons of his abusive past and repair relationships with loved ones. We also hear from Dolph’s daughter Ida Lundgren, his fiancée Emma Krokdal and the UCLA doctor who saved his life, Dr. Alexandria Drakaki. Later, Graham and Dolph visit the “mecca of bodybuilding” in Venice Beach, where they’re joined by Dolph’s long-time workout partner, friend and fellow action star, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Rob Dyrdek turned to hypnosis to find success and focus.
NASCAR driver Joey Logano remembers how a humbling moment and a 2nd chance ignited his passion to work harder and be the best.
Graham travels to Los Angeles to interview 2-time NBA champion Lamar Odom. The former Laker shares details about his difficult upbringing, his battle with several addictions and the lessons he hopes to pass along to others.
Adrian Peterson tells Graham Bensinger about eating spam, brownies, and syrup sandwiches.
YouTube star turned professional boxer Jake Paul calls his first-ever boxing win the greatest accomplishment of his life, then offers the backstory of his transition out of his “unhealthy” lifestyle as a YouTube content creator and into boxing. Paul remembers the massive influence of boxing champ “Sugar” Shane Mosley and talks of his ultimate goals to retire from the sport as an undefeated champ, and eventual billionaire. Plus, Paul remembers a rejection from billionaire Mark Cuban and how it provided further motivation to succeed.
Graham met up with billionaire Lorenzo Fertitta in 2014 to talk UFC, Dana White and the meteoric rise of mixed martial arts.
Arthur Blank on the importance of waking up with a sense of urgency
Conservationist Kevin Richardson talks about the importance of perspective when it comes to money and privilege.
Graham sits down with five-time NBA Champion Dennis Rodman, who shares stories of his 14-year career in the NBA and discusses his unique image and why he feels lucky to be alive today. The two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year also opens up about contemplating suicide and his emotional Hall of Fame induction speech.
Surfing icon Laird Hamilton reflects on his challenging upbringing - his father leaving and his stepfather's abuse.
Hall of fame golfer Annika Sorenstam - who won 72 LPGA tournaments during her career - shares stories from her path to eventual excellence as the winningest female golfer ever. She offers impactful advice from her dad that helped shape a winning mindset and tells of moving to the U.S. with only two suitcases and a golf bag, second-guessing everything after a failed attempt to qualify for the LPGA Tour and how practicing more than competitors led to less social time as she tallied wins.
In 2020, In Depth traveled to Belgrade Serbia where Graham sat down with 22x Grand Slam Champ, Novak Djokovic. Considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time, Djokovic remembers the terror of living through war, gives some insight into his game day mental strategy and talks about the joy of fatherhood.
Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson reflects on what he told defenders in NFL games.
DJ and musician Steve Aoki takes us back to his days as a young and less-than-stellar DJ: Spending $100 to rent equipment for a four-hour set that only paid $50. Aoki says he “sucked back then” but used these early gigs to learn to beat match and take his first steps into the industry.
Graham travels to San Francisco to spend the day with financier and philanthropist Charles Schwab at his company headquarters. The discount-brokerage entrepreneur has a reported net worth of $8 billion, but has struggled his whole life with dyslexia. Plus, he opens up about the impact golf has on his life, being shaped by the Great Depression, and balancing his growing business and family.
Billionaire hedge fund manager and founder of Bridgewater Associates Ray Dalio describes transitioning away from managing his company a little bit like being the parent to a 45-year-old. For him, retirement simply means being free from obligations. He has reached a phase in his life where he doesn’t want to be more successful. Plus Dalio discusses how he will determine where his wealth goes.
Graham sits down with crew from the Ron Howard episode to rehash their time with the legendary film director.
This week on the In Depth podcast, Graham experiences the Opie-tunity of a lifetime when he sits down with Hollywood icon, Ron Howard. The Academy Award winning director shares memorable moments from both sides of the camera, opens up about his family and gives insight into his creative process and the importance of collaboration. Graham also had the chance to sit down with Ron’s daughter, Bryce and his brother, Clint - as well as producing partner and Imagine co-founder, Brian Grazer to get a little perspective on what makes Howard tick.
Hall of Fame basketball coach Roy Williams shares stories to illustrate his inspirational road to financial success, from working 24 hours per week throughout college to selling calendars as a side hustle and eventually to negotiating contracts as the head basketball coach for prestigious universities. Coach Williams also lets us in on what he refers to as the best financial decision he’s ever made and says he’s never used an ATM in his life.