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.
Graham sits down with skateboarding legend Tony Hawk to discuss video game success, landing the first-ever 900 and the difficulty of not having his father around to see it. Plus, Hawk shares stories of hard financial times and a nasty case of food poisoning overseas.
Comedian Nikki Glaser on her belief that men and women comics are held to different standard.
Growing up, Dak Prescott didn’t have much. From trailer park-living to nights in a motel because they couldn’t pay the electric bill, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback spent his childhood in poverty. But he says his mother worked hard to keep that struggle from her sons and he wouldn’t change that for anything. The trials he faced created a man who was able to appreciate and trust others, and ultimately instilled in him the love of football he has today.
Graham Bensinger sits down with former Syracuse University men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim. The Hall of Famer shares memories from growing up and his coaching career with both the Orange and Team USA. Boeheim also opens up about being diagnosed with cancer.
Joe Thomas, who's heading to the NFL Hall of Fame, on rejected his invite to the draft.
A really bad audition actually led Matthew McConaughey to his breakthrough role as Jake Brigance in 1996’s ‘A Time to Kill.’ McConaughey reflects on the series of events that took him from a relative nobody to a star. Plus, he recalls the impact of his father’s death, just five days after he started filming ‘Dazed and Confused’ and the two thoughts he has when he finishes any film.
Acting legend Tom Hanks joins Graham to talk about some of his most rewarding roles, as well as the challenging ones. Hanks opens up about his family, from his first marriage culminating in a difficult divorce that left him questioning his parenting; to finding roots with his second wife, actress Rita Wilson.
Youtube star turned professional boxer Jake Paul shares his views on the American education system.
John Calipari offers a look inside his office culture, including staffing and delegating responsibilities
NBA star Kevin Love opens up to Graham about his struggles with anxiety and depression, including his lowest point when he contemplated suicide and the scary in-game panic attack that made him seek help. Plus, he discusses triumphs and challenges on the court and reflects on growing up as the son of an NBA player and nephew of The Beach Boys’ lead singer.
Jayson Tatum was so nervous around Michael Jordan - he accidentally spilled the legend's wine
Billie Jean King discusses her upbringing and the first time she stepped into the spotlight, after upsetting the No. 1 seed at Wimbledon.
This week on the In Depth with Graham Bensinger podcast we spend two days in Las Vegas with rapper, filmmaker and BIG3 league co-founder, Ice Cube. The entertainment icon offers up stories from his upbringing in South Central Los Angeles, including a life-altering felony that never played out and his introduction to music mogul, Dr. Dre. Cube also discusses his political pursuits on behalf of the Black community and the BIG3 basketball league he co-founded in 2017.
Jim Brown remembers breaking a barrier with actress Raquel Welch - filming the first interracial love scene.
Comedian Ray Romano credits his affectionate nature towards family with his own father’s inability to express his feelings.
The In Depth team takes you inside the interview with reigning NASCAR champ Joey Logano.
Graham travels to Charlotte, North Carolina to talk with NASCAR driver Joey Logano. The reigning cup series champion opens up about his childhood and his early rise to the professional ranks. Logano details the tough times he went through, including the time he thought his career might be over, and the pregnancy issues he and his wife faced. Plus, he tells about the infamous run-ins he’s had with other drivers.
Brett Favre on his battle with concussions - and the one hit that he didn't want to come back from.
Richard “King of NASCAR” Petty remembers how a fan’s letter helped him to keep moving forward after a family tragedy.
Graham sits down with Mario Andretti at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California where the motorsports legend shares stories from his childhood in an Italian refugee camp, hiding racing from his father and career highlights as the only driver to win an Indy 500, Daytona 500 and Formula 1 World Championship.
Dennis Rodman on his time with the Chicago bulls - and becoming the winningest player ever
Billionaire Charles Schwab remembers observing the effects that the Great Depression had left on his parents - and the day his father introduced him to stocks.
X-Games pioneer and Nitro Circus co-founder, Travis Pastrana, talks with Graham about the thrills and spills he’s experienced throughout his adventure-filled life.
X-Games champ, Ryan Sheckler remembers his rocky road to sobriety
Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer has “curiosity conversations” every two weeks, without fail. Grazer sits down for discussions with people from wide-ranging backgrounds to learn not just about their fields and expertise, but their passions. Over his decades in this practice, Grazer has met with a variety of people, from Michael Jackson to Jay-Z, as well as Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos.
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 pro football and speaks at length about the death of his son, J.D. and the legacy he left.
Charles Barkley on his gambling getting out of control and why his friends called him an idiot.
Arnold Schwarzenegger details his approach to earning his first million dollars, which came via a commitment to saving money and investing in real estate.
Graham sits down with former NFL MVP Cam Newton in front of a live audience. Newton talks about the game that changed his life, his rough transition into the NFL and the accusations against his family. Plus, he shows Graham firsthand how a play is called at the line of scrimmage.