"3) The Behe diavlog, in particular, was blatantly at odds with guidelines I’d laid down to my staff more than a year ago in discussing the prospect of Behe appearing. Namely: Behe should only appear in conversation with someone who is truly expert in the relevant biological areas, and since most such matchups would yield a conversation unintelligible to a lay audience, it was hard to imagine a Behe pairing that would make sense."
I agree with Wright that the conversation would best be carried out with a fellow expert. I disagree that the conversation would necessarily be unintelligible to a lay audience. Behe was able to make his views clear to a lay audience. I think a good interviewer, even if an expert in Behe's field, would be able to make their objections intelligible, also. And the ensuing conversation would be enlightening for all.