BBC Radio 4's "thought for the day".
He used a lot of carefully constructed sentences to say that 'Big Organised' religion was self-seeking and had it's own agendas quite apart from God's. He also suggested that God was more likely to be at work in the small and the peripheral than the grandiose and organised, and that stylised irrrelevant religious forms were pointless.
Of course he was a great deal more polite.
He was from a celtic community - Iona something or other. While I think he's probably mostly right, if church history is known then there may have been a little axe-grinding going on.