Here he is again, Rowan Williams, the Arch-Whinger of Durovernum, head of the world-wide Anglican Communion.
According to 'The Telegraph' Williams bleated on to the Director General of the BBC, Mark Thompson, that the BBC must not ignore it's Christian audience - despite it being an extreme minority and ignoring the fact thatthe majority of the population of the UK do not attend any form of religious service on a regular basis, if at all.
Apparently, Williams' intervention comes amid mounting concern among senior members of the Church of England that the BBC is downgrading its religious output and giving preferential treatment to minority faiths.
Unfortunately, as a public service broadcaster, the BBC has a duty to provide religious programmes. Which reminds me, since relgionists regularly claim that atheism is a 'religion', when will we see 'The Anti-Theist and Misoclere Society' getting its own slot on the BBC?
When relgionists provide indisputable empiric evidence that their so-called 'god' exists, that's when.