Anywhere But Here Home, 9pm We reach the final week of this well-made, but poorly received (according to ratings anyway) drama series. Tension is mounting between Wai-sum (Kelly Chu) and boyfriend Chun-sun (Gabriel Harrison) who is about to divulge his secret links and involvement with an 'underground organisation'. After learning the truth, Wai-sum disappears. In a separate development, the relationship between Lok-lok (Chan Saun-man, above with Chu), Kar-yee (Prudence Lau Mei-kwan) and Yan-yuen (Chan Kai-tai) gets more and more complicated, with Kar-yee revealing she is terminally ill. Will their love triangle ever be resolved? It is hard to tell whether this show will end on a climactic note or not, given the station's track record of airing drama series with pathetic endings (Showbiz Tycoon and Princess Huai Yu, for instance). However, if its synopsis is anything to go by, the conclusion is likely to leave our jaws hanging. Healing Hands Jade, 9.15pm More accidents to keep those healing hands busy. The aged but still elegant Hui Pui-ying (Leung Shun-yin) decides to go for a quick spin and ends up in hospital. Luckily, her injuries are minor and her bubbly personality brightens up the ward's atmosphere. Dr Paul Ching (Lawrence Ng) and Dr Anson Man (Maggie Shiu) finally get together for a night of fun. However, will Ching, who has yet to get over the death of his fiancee, fall for Man, who appears to have the emotional depth of an ironing board? The show is now so popular that its ratings currently stand at 36 points (around 2.3 million viewers) according to TVB. The Sopranos Pearl, 10.30pm Carmela Soprano (Edie Falco, above with James Gandolfini) realises it is not what you know but who you know. She asks her neighbour Jean Cusamano (Saundra Santiago) to request that her twin sister, Joan (also played by Santiago), write daughter Meadow (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) a letter of recommendation. When Joan declines, Carmela visits Joan's law office with a ricotta pie - only to learn that Joan has a sudden change of heart and has written a glowing endorsement for Meadow. Elephant Men National Geographic, 9pm The rice fields of northeast India are visited by a recurrent nightmare. Driven by hunger, elephant herds leave their depleting forest homes to raid adjacent rice paddies. Killing these giant marauders is not an option as the animal is revered as a living incarnation of the elephant god Ganesha. The only solution to the problem of crop-raiding elephants lies in a tradition that goes back more than 4,000 years. At the other end of the continent, in the Elephant Mountains of South India, a group of trainers holds the key to solving the problem. Trailblazers II: North West Africa Discovery, 1pm Explorer Martin Buckley has spent five years exploring deserts for his book, Grain Of Sand. On this journey, he attempts the route that he has not been able to complete in the past due to ongoing territorial dispute. Along this route gold and slaves were traded. However, the most significant 'cargo' of these caravans was the spread of Islam from Arab North Africa into Black Africa.