Assuming you're not glued to the first part of Roy Keane: The Sunderland Story (9.00pm, TV3); behold a new series that follows four couples as they set out to build their very own designs for life (prepare to have the Manic Street Preachers in your head for the rest of the day). Presented by Irish architect Gary Miley, and filmed over two-and-a-half years, the series matches these four ambitious plans to four top architects, but will this be enough to turn their dream homes into a reality? It won't come as a surprise that the series was first filmed over 'a remarkable period in Irish and world economic history'. It began in the summer of 2006 when the Irish 'Celtic Tiger' economy was still roaring but, as the projects developed, the economy began first to slow down and then eventually dramatically collapsed. Undoubtedly a stressful time to be financing your own dream house build. This first episode focuses on Julie and Patrick Ellwood, who want to bring up their children in the rural setting of Sligo. Denis Byrne helps them to construct a family-friendly house with a rustic twist, but a move into rented accommodation and escalating costs place additional pressure on the project.