Inevitably I think he's missed the story of the Bible, but nonetheless there are difficult passages and commands - ones that really aren't going to make much sense without some key issues in place. Consequently, Brigstocke is left with a struggle - a desire to believe in god that he thinks we all generally have, but a desire for that not to be the god of Christianity, Judaism or Islam. Meanwhile in the interview Richard Bacon embodies liberal Christianity by generally saying 'but most christians don't believe it that do they'.
"Atheists think they're cleverer than other people... there are loads of religious people who are cleverer and better read than I am. And lots of stupid atheists? Several of my friends who are atheists are so thick if they tried to hold an idea that beautiful in their heads it'd give them a nosebleed. It doesn't make you clever to be an atheist. The only thing that makes you clever and interesting is a willingness to ask questions. That's what's good. And then listen to the answer with any luck"He slates Dawkins for being hardline, and notes that reading The God Delusion turned him from an Atheist to an Agnostic. He's aiming to be funny and get people asking good questions - which sounds helpful!
I recommend listening, and await delivery of the book soon.