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Wayne Funnell's Erotic Poetry inspired by australian State capital cities: Sydney
 

Naturalist Wayne Funnell exposes a tortured lust for Sydney.

Written, produced and narrated by Wayne Funnell

As I listen to Wayne’s sultry voice and evocative words I am reminded of our days together as nudist tour guides in the Mossman Gorge. How his commentary would make the pant-less walkers pant! How his description of Sydney Tower makes me pant now!
— Naomi Fine

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Wayne Funnell's Erotic Poetry inspired by australian State capital cities: Brisbane

Naturalist Wayne Funnell exalts in Brisbane.

Written, produced and narrated by Wayne Funnell

In this ode, Wayne Funnell reveals the erotic in the banality of Brisbane’s Town Hall steps.
— Masako Fukui

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Wayne Funnell's Erotic Poetry inspired by australian State capital cities: Adelaide

Naturalist Wayne Funnell, known for his insightful explorations into natural phenomena, is also fascinated by human built phenomena like cities. Here he coddles Adelaide.

Written, produced and narrated by Wayne Funnell

The brevity of these odes to Australian state capitals belies the depth of Wayne Funnell’s rich emotional life. In this ode to Adelaide, in which he expresses the intensity of his passion for Glenelg Pier, we sense the mystery and ambiguity of human eros.
— Masako Fukui

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The Story of dusty lee

In this tragic and true story of North Korea's only country and western singer Dusty Lee, naturalist Wayne Funnell provides some linguistic, culinary, and neurological insights into the people of this seemingly unfathomable country, landlocked by its secrets.

Written, produced and narrated by Wayne Funnell; Originally broadcast on The Night Air, Radio National, The Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Unlike Sir David Attenborough who explains for us the known world, naturalist Wayne Funnell takes us into worlds hitherto unknown and unseen. Interestingly, Wayne Funnell himself has never been sighted, but his legendary adventures live on as audio stories.
— Masako Fukui