28 episodes

John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., welcomes you to the Sound Heap podcast – the podcast of podcasts. It will give you a taste of shows from across the Sound Heap network, which was set up in 2008, with a simple mission statement: “Make Too Many Podcasts,” and Lord knows we’ve been churning them out since then.

Sound Heap with John-Luke Roberts Maximum Fun

    • Comedy
    • 4.5 • 8 Ratings

John-Luke Roberts, the CEO and Fun Captain of Sound Heap, Inc., welcomes you to the Sound Heap podcast – the podcast of podcasts. It will give you a taste of shows from across the Sound Heap network, which was set up in 2008, with a simple mission statement: “Make Too Many Podcasts,” and Lord knows we’ve been churning them out since then.

    Le Tas De Sons

    Le Tas De Sons

    This week we say "bonjour" to new Sound Heap signing, the hugely popular President Emmanuel Macron of France, who is now EXCLUSIVELY on Sound Heap. Remember: if it's not Sound Heap, it's not Emmanuel Macron, it's just another French man.

    • 44 min
    Crabless Crabotage (Sabotage)

    Crabless Crabotage (Sabotage)

    Despite the best efforts of our rivals Guff Pit, John-Luke Roberts presents more highlights from the Sound Heap podcast network.

    • 41 min
    Guff Pit Is The Pits

    Guff Pit Is The Pits

    This episode of Sound Heap with John-Luke Roberts demonstrates perfectly why it's the best podcast network in the world - and certainly a better podcast network than Guff Pit!

    • 44 min
    Like & Subscribe

    Like & Subscribe

    Please like and subscribe, or John-Luke Roberts will get told off again.

    • 42 min
    Sound Heap's Most Haunted

    Sound Heap's Most Haunted

    This week, Sound Heap CEO and Fun Captain John-Luke Roberts addresses the recent spate of hauntings that have been affecting our podcasts.

    • 42 min
    Guskers and Strawkers and Good Ol’ Street Boobs

    Guskers and Strawkers and Good Ol’ Street Boobs

    The Heapening continues, and while we're grateful for everything our listeners have sent in, we do now wish to add some caveats to the sort of things we can accept.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

madcheshirekatt ,

so much podcast!

definitely more podcast than any other podcast i’ve listened to, i’d say. hilarious, wonderfully done, perfect amount of crabs

ActiveEqualization ,

Hard to find from promos but funny

It sounded like “Sound Tea” the first four times I listened to your promo. I suggest hitting that P in heap a little harder to get to North American ears ! I think it’s too funny to hide under a silent P.

You'relojfd ,

Sound Heap is undeniably one of the podcasts EVER

It’s legitimately a podcast, able to be listened to by (in my opinion) virtually anyone who can listen to other podcasts as well. Noises? Check. Word(s)? Big check. Podcast? Almost entirely. I almost gave Sound Heap only 4 stars since it doesn’t allow you to order food, sundries, and other home goods because it’s a podcast, but that’s a minor gripe that I have with ostensibly every podcast I’ve listened to in the past few decades. If deducted a star in light of that for Sound Heap, I’d have to go back and deduct a star from all the other products I’ve reviewed. That’s a lot of work. As a final note, I’ve been making some progress on a fantasy novel that I’ve been writing, and it has been a really enjoyable process. I think the soft magic system has been especially fun to tinker with, and I frankly feel like I haven’t seen another one quite like it. I play a lot of D&D, so I feel like I’ve been around the magic system block, so to speak, where the buildings are different iterations of mana, the people are spells, and the street buskers are cryptic origins with tenuous magical loopholes in the established system’s practical arcane mechanics. I always says I’d never write another novel, as the ones that I wrote when I was younger were kind of trash in retrospect, but in that same breath, I’d also say that I was/am incredibly proud of that young man’s determination and unabashed creativity. For years, I felt estranged from that boy, but through a lot of self-work and gentleness, I feel as though I have found him again. 10/10 Sound Heap is one of the podcasts EVER! On god. No cap. I can’t wait to start listening to it.

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For I need another thing
To prove myself right.” -Boyboy the haiku man

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