Sunday, 7.30pm, ABC1 The problem for Grand Designs, the home construction program now in a 10th season, is that it can be formulaic. Meet the couple, see a 3-D projection of their new home, then sit around while host Kevin McCloud monitors events and the couple proceeds through the fires of hell, also known as building a dream home. Happily, season 10 offers some fresh approaches. In this episode, retired university professors Celia Brackenridge and Diana Woodward, who have been a couple for 25 years, take an even larger gamble than usual by risking their life savings on a group of trendy young designers who aren’t even architects. They are going to build the world’s first computer cut house. Yes, a factory inside a packing container will knock out what appear to be plywood boxes —‘‘giant Lego blocks’’ — on site. No heavy lifting then, even for self-designated ‘‘ weeds’’ such as McCloud. A breakthrough construction process that Brackenridge hopes will encourage more women to self-build. two-hour marathon. The Voice of Australia, 2013, will be named and we can all have our Mondays back. A great season with the most amazing vocal talent unearthed this century. And, if the four-judge version of Ricky Martin’s Livin’ La Vida Loca rang your bell last week, look out for duets with each team’s judge and contender. Will the winner be Celia Pavey, Danny Ross, favourite Harrison Craig or honey-voiced Luke Kennedy? A rollicking night in. back into society after becoming a killing machine for his country, were excellent. In this episode, Macdonald travels to Moscow to get a glimpse inside the world of Russia’s elite.