Shapelle Corby has been released back into Australia, now a part of the national collective memory. However, the Indonesian authorities are reluctant to release her from prison, fearing she may be a part of a syndicate.
Australian Actor rebel Wilson is facing accusations of lying about being a bogan, which are negatively affecting her career, when male actors face less flack for much more series accusations.
Finally, AFL has employed their first female umpire.
All your favourites to start the week: Mikey; Ange; a Loose Read w/ Jenna; intelligent conversation on the topic of urination; plus some exciting tour news from Kirin J. Callinan and your first Metal Memory Monday.
After a surprise announcement by United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May, the country will hold a general election on June the 8th. Although May's Conservative Party still lead the opposition Labour party, this has roughly halved since the election was called. For more Wire host Jess speaks with producer Ben
AUT Pacific Media Centre's Kendall Hutt speaks with host of The Wire Tess Barnett about Martial law in the Philippines, what this means, the threat it poses if it continues past the normal 60 day period.