Is there some reason EWTN shouldn't have shows for children? I expect the Doughnut Man and the chef's hat wearing puppets were just that.
More seriously, I am not sure what to make of the"healthy secularity" comment. Perhaps His Excellency means that, given the reality that England is an existentially secular state and will remain so, he hopes that it will be healthy enough to respect the rights of religion and basic morality.
The comments about a robust Anglicanism are easier to understand. People are abandoning the C of E in droves, but they are not becoming Catholics. They are becoming just the sort of secularists the bishop (and people here) fear. Committed Anglicans would be our allies on a number of things. Weak, vaguely Anglican liberals will not. I think this is much the same attitude that that the Orthodox Church, as embodied by Metropolitan Hilarion, takes toward us.
Now, does the bishop really think a robust Anglicanism is better that an Anglicanism consigned to the history books because they have all become Catholics? I don't know. He is not much of a Catholic bishop if so.