In the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sky seized the Bronze medal in the park event, making her Great Britain’s youngest ever medallist. Sky also took Gold at the Prestigious X Games. Twice. Her list of achievements is truly remarkable. In this episode, Sky talks about her love for skateboarding, her winning moment at the Olympics, and how she’s preparing for future challenges.
This time on The Edge, you’ll hear from web3 visionary Ian Rogers. An early pioneer of the Internet and digital music, Ian sees the future before it happens. After revolutionizing the world of music with Beats and Apple, he spent 5 transformative years as LVMH’s Chief Digital Officer. Now, as the Chief Experience Officer at Ledger, he’s leading the way again in the world of web3. He gives us deep, rich insights on NFTs, crypto and the future of luxury watchmaking.
This time on The Edge, you'll hear from Simona de Silvestro, reserve driver for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. Simon is an exceptional racing talent. Her skill and passion have taken her from Formula Atlantic and IndyCar to Formula 1 and Formula E. In 2010, Simona was crowned "Rookie of the Year" at the legendary Indy 500. We had the honor of interviewing Simona on the eve of the Season 8's London E-Prix. She tells us about what it's like to be a woman in motorsport, how a crash shaped her career, and her thoughts on Formula E.
George Bamford, founder of Bamford Watch Department, shares on The Edge his genuine passion for watches and explores the indelible relationship between TAG Heuer and racing. Presented by Nicholas Biebuyck, Heritage Director at TAG Heuer, you’ll discover the moment George fell in love with watches, the allure of elusive timepieces, and why he loves TAG Heuer. We found the perfect backdrop for this passionate chat about watches, racing and collaborations: the 2022 Grand Prix de Monaco Historique.
This time on The Edge, you’ll hear from one of Formula 1’s most consequential legends. The undisputed king of timekeeping, Jean Campiche. He tells us how he used TAG Heuer’s maverick technology to change motorsport forever. A key player in the timekeeping revolution, Campiche helped some of the greatest racing teams dominate racetracks in the 1970s and 80s. So reset your stopwatch as Jean Campiche tells us everything about his time keeping time.
In this very special episode, you’ll hear from Formula E drivers, and best friends, André Lotterer and Jean-Eric Vergne. Their friendship is unique, refreshing and so legendary, they’ve even got a name for it: Jeandre. The two mates talk to each other about the moments that shaped them, their shared passions and how their friendship changed their attitudes towards racing.
Anthony and Joe Russo, aka the Russo Brothers, share their journey from making art house films to blockbusters like The Gray Man, their new Netflix movie starring Ryan Gosling. They also talk about their early years, how they started working together, their dynamic and their filmmaking process. So get the popcorn ready and listen to the moments that made the Russo Brothers one of Hollywood’s hottest double acts.
In this episode, you’ll hear from not just one, but two stellar actors: Jacob Elordi and Patrick Dempsey. The 24-year-old Euphoria star Jacob Elordi is already one of the stand-out talents of his generation. And we all know Patrick Dempsey. He isn’t just a revered actor, he is also a race car driver. Their shared love for cinema and race cars meant that we had to find the perfect stage to bring them together. And that’s why we recorded this podcast at the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix. You’ll also hear about what drives them, what inspires them and what their biggest goals are.
2021 Formula One world champion Max Verstappen relives the moment he crossed the line to win the title. Our guest is none other than Max Verstappen, the reigning Formula One world champion. The flying Dutchman, who drives for the Red Bull Racing team, takes us back to that dramatic final race in Abu Dhabi. And the moment he crossed the line to seize the title aged just 24.
Our guest is Guy Berryman, musician, songwriter, car collector, watch enthusiast and the bassist of British rock band Coldplay. In this episode, he takes us back to the moment that changed the course of his career - the night Coldplay set the stage alight at the Glastonbury Festival. Listen to the moment that became the turning point for one of the most popular British bands ever.
Our first guest this season is the exceptional Sydney McLaughlin, hurdler, sprinter and world record holder. She relives the moment she became the first woman in history to break the 52-second barrier in the 400m hurdles.