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Funny, Family-Friendly Podcast Demonstrates the Joy of a Strong Father-Son Relationship

Press Release: May 27, 2020

Introducing “The Ben and Wally Show” a weekly YouTube show and podcast hosted by a father and teenage son duo (Ben and Wally) that tackles funny news stories, movie reviews, sports, life, interviews, and more! The show’s big appeal, however, isn’t the content it’s the demonstration of what a strong father-son relationship can look like. Wally’s dad was present growing up, but the two never bonded. That’s not a unique story – what’s unique is Wally’s desire to ensure that didn’t happen with his son, Ben, and the evidence of Wally’s efforts are on display in the podcast. “The Ben and Wally Show” is an inspiration to dads of younger boys that regardless of the dad’s childhood experience, they can avoid repeating history and have a strong relationship with their son.


“The Ben and Wally Show” airs weekly on Tuesday evenings on YouTube, and is available in podcast version weekly on Wednesday afternoons.

Watch and subscribe to the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJefaql73ob-OkMzZsg6Nsg

Listen to the podcast:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6pLezXzSBMeNsOwFL39XCG

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-ben-and-wally-podcast

iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/the-ben-and-wally-podcast-62266505/

Follow Ben and Wally on Twitter to be notified of new episodes, special sneak previews, and more!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenandWally


Hear views on the world from an actual teenage boy!! Any parent of a teenage boy knows they rarely let you know what they’re thinking or feeling. Ben is no different in real life, but on the show, he opens up like he never would in day-to-day life – offering up ideas, thoughts, suggestions, quick wit, and the ability to laugh at himself. Ben is the star of the show, and should be seen as the example of what lies beneath the surface of your every day, video game playing, sports loving, 16-year old teenage boy.

Plus, you’re going to LOVE the “One Awkward Question” segment at the end of each show. Ben and Wally ask each other an uncomfortable question that the other is forced to answer on camera. For example, in Episode 1, Ben asked Wally “have you ever had too much to drink, and if so, what happened?” In Episode 7, Wally asked Ben “when was the last time you stood in front of a mirror, with your shirt off, and flexed your muscles?”

Watch video shorts and cut downs on YouTube by accessing the many show playlists inside “The Ben and Wally Show” YouTube channel. For example, watch their funny video segments where Ben gets hit in the face with a pie, gets his layup blocked by NBA player EJ Montgomery, and face plants trying to walk up a muddy hill.

View show playlists: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJefaql73ob-OkMzZsg6Nsg/playlists?view_as=subscriber



“The Ben and Wally Show” is a fun, lighthearted, father-son YouTube show and podcast.  The show allows listeners go behind the scenes of a strong father-son relationship and hear what’s really on the mind of a teenage boy. This show is for any parent, but in particular, dads of boys any age.

Ben is a rising high school sophomore that plays high school basketball and lacrosse. Wally is a business owner with more than 25 years of business experience and specializes in Product and Business Development. Additionally, Wally is a voice actor with more than 15 years of explainer video, television commercial, and training video experience. You’ve heard Wally’s voice on MTV, CBS, ESPN, and in store lobbies, conference rooms, and sales pitches across the nation.

Have a suggestion for the show? Want to be a guest? Ben and Wally would love to hear from you! Follow them on Twitter (https://twitter.com/BenandWally) and then send them a direct message.

Notes to editors

For more information, please contact:

Wally Gustafson

Tel: 1-636-262-3898

Email: wally@wallacegustafson.com

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