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The Mortified Podcast

By Mortified Media and Radiotopia

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The Mortified Podcast is a storytelling series where adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids—diaries, letters, lyrics & beyond—in front of total strangers. PS: It totally likes you. Mortified is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at

Customer Reviews

So great, I'm truly shocked more people don't know about Mortified!!

Mortified is nothing short of brilliant. I have been caught laughing out loud during my daily commute numerous times while listening to this podcast! It's gloriously awkward and hysterically funny.
I left behind a horrifying amount of embarrassing childhood writings myself, and occasionally enjoy poring over them, laughing/cringing and sending choice bits to friends, so I particularly enjoy the concept behind Mortified.
But I'd be willing to be that there isn't a person out there who won't see some part of their younger self (or current self) reflected in these stories. The podcast is nostalgic, touching, and hopeful as well as hilarious.
More people need to know about Mortified!! Spread the joy and share the shame!

Sweet Awkwardness

This is quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. Embarrassingly sweet stories of the awkward years and a nice reminder of how we can look back fondly on things that once stressed us out.

Keep it Light

Part of the reason I loved this podcast (and have devotedly listened to it from the first episode) was that it was really a good escape from the politically charged media we deal with everywhere else. I love the stories people share and the dated references, and I really do laugh out loud when I'm listening. In the last year or so, the already chatty hosting has become tinged with political bias, which is disappointing. I'm bummed that yet again, another thing I enjoy is becoming a vehicle to tell me how I'm supposed to think and feel about world issues, rather than giving me a brief time out to laugh and enjoy something light.