Fatigued Podcast

Fatigued Podcast

Conversations and cautionary tales about contracting Covid-19 from the people who lived through it. Hosts Raymond McAnally and Caroline Amos deflect with humor as well as open up about their Covid experiences. Their compelling and conversational interview style disarms both audiences and guests in a true effort to make the best out of what it means to survive Covid-19. It might be the same virus, but these are very different stories.

Recent Episodes

Episode 17: Ray & Caroline Wrap Season One

March 2, 2021

Caroline and Raymond (and an awkward little-sounding voice) say goodbye to Season One.  Our cohosts…

Episode 16: Dr. Keith Gagnon - The Nation's Mutation, a U.S. Variant

Feb. 23, 2021

This is our final interview for Season 1 and it's our biggest one to date: we got a chance to inter…

Episode 15: Harriet - "Look for the Helpers"

Feb. 16, 2021

We can all agree we're in need of a feel-good story right now, so meet Harriet! She has been dedica…

Episode 14: Erik - "A Deployed Doctor Comes Home to Covid"

Feb. 9, 2021

This week we got to interview Dr. Erik, an anesthesiologist who was deployed in the Middle East whe…

Episode 13: Louis - “Shoot Me Up Bruh”, A Pfizer Vaccine Trial Story

Feb. 2, 2021

After months of devastating loss, Louis said "fuck it" (literally) and enrolled himself in the Pfiz…

Episode 12: Maria - "An American Hospitalized in London"

Jan. 26, 2021

Last March Maria spent nineteen days in the hospital with COVID-induced double pneumonia. Can you e…

Episode 11: Rob - "Immunocompromised and Not Loving It"

Jan. 19, 2021

Rob is immunocompromised and lives with his family of nine... so how does he keep himself safe arou…

Episode 10: Lauren - "Mississippi Medic Blues"

Jan. 12, 2021

Lauren is a paramedic from Mississippi and the epitome of over-achiever: she spent 33 days in New Y…

Episode 9: Dad - "Hospitals Honor the Dead: Essential Worker, Essential Witness"

Jan. 5, 2021

TW: death Over the holidays we interviewed Caroline's dad, an essential worker, who has seen some…p…

Episode 8: Jamie - "A Lawyer and a Chemist walk into some Covid"

Dec. 27, 2020

Meet Jamie, a covid-survivor who made it to the hospital in time, thanks to his wife and their oxim…

Episode 7: Kris Kringle - Santa's Reason for the Season

Dec. 22, 2020

This episode is for big and small kids alike who are wondering if co-ho-ho-hovid can stop Santa. We…

Episode 6: Zach & Stu - College Housing & Quarantine

Dec. 17, 2020

Disclaimer: there is mention of a very specific sex toy in this episode. (insert laughing emoji her…

Episode 5: Josie - "Funeral Home Worker, Public Health Major, and Covid Patient"

Dec. 15, 2020

Trigger warning: death & disordered eating This week is College Week on the pod and we're kicking i…

Episode 4: Jen - "The Doctor Has Covid"

Dec. 8, 2020

Med Warning: The Laughter in this Episode is Doctor Approved! Jen (a doctor)  put our minds at ease…

Episode 3: Ryan & Linda - "From Texas with Covid"

Dec. 1, 2020

This virus is so tricky - it can manifest itself in vastly different ways. Even to a set of identic…

Episode 2: Caroline - "I Know Exactly How I Caught Covid"

Nov. 24, 2020

Raymond is on day 23 of Covid-19 and Caroline recounts the story of her tangle with the virus. As f…

Episode 1: Raymond - "The Fatigue is Real."

Nov. 24, 2020

Raymond is infected with coronavirus! He and Caroline talk symptoms, testing, and tacos. What’s it …

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About the Hosts

Caroline Amos

Caroline Amos is a New York-based actor with a penchant for classical text, theatre, film, voiceover, and commercial work. She contracted Covid-19 in July of 2020. For more about Caroline's career, footage, and stage work, please visit her website.

Raymond McAnally

Raymond is an award-winning actor, a produced writer, and a university lecturer. He contracted COVID-19 in October 2020. For more on Raymond's career, footage, and shows please visit his website.