Queen Jane approximately

Brett Morgen is listed as the director of “Jane,” the award-winning documentary about conservation icon Jane Goodall, but it’s the 1960s archival footage shot by Dutch filmmaker Hugo van Lawick that stands out. His reverence for Goodall — as stunning as any model from that decade — translated to real life, as well; the two were married shortly after he started filming her. Goodall, now 83, is still a formidable presence. See for yourself when she speaks at the University of Minnesota on March 23 or at the Home of Life’s Spring Gala the following night at International Market Square.

7 p.m., National Geographic and National Geographic Wild

Local whodunit

Derek Woodford, special agent for the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension in Minnesota, is among those interviewed for a new episode of “Evil Talks: Chilling Confessions,” which looks at the deaths of Sauk Rapids’ Michael Pies and James Kelly O’Mara in 2011.

8 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Holding court

“Pistol” Pete Maravich could perform like he was channeling the entire Harlem Globetrotters at once, a talent that made him college basketball’s all-time leading scorer and a wizard to behold. But as the revealing new documentary “Maravich” shows, his personal life wasn’t as hummable as “Sweet Georgia Brown.”

8 p.m., SEC Network

Neal Justin