The Joy of Stats, a one-hour documentary, hosted by none other than the charismatic Hans Rosling, explores the growing importance of statistics:
[W]ithout statistics we are cast adrift on an ocean of confusion, but armed with stats we can take control of our lives, hold our rulers to account and see the world as it really is. What's more, Hans concludes, we can now collect and analyse such huge quantities of data and at such speeds that scientific method itself seems to be changing.
From the description, it sounds like they'll touch on Crimespotting by Stamen, Google Translation, among other data-driven projects. Whatever they cover, it's bound to be interesting with Rosling at the front.