There is a website http://www.thebox.bz where one can find and download many of OW's British TV shows/documentaries and interviews.
It costs nothing so long as one gives something back - the rules are self explanetary.
The above mentioned is from an early BBC Panel/current affairs type show called Press Conference,where 4 journalists interview a selected candidate.
William Hardcastle mentions that this is OW's first BBC appearance - the interview is 25m.It was recently shown on the BBC iplayer which someone hiked and uploaded to the site.
Also on this site are many other Welles related programmes including the complete 1982 Arena interview and his appearance on the Parkinson show 1974 which was given another re-run last night.
One can join this site from abroad without problems.
As all of the material is digitalized,it makes no difference whether one has NTSC or Pal.The material is downloaded onto one's own computer.Then it can be decided as to leaving it on the hard disc or burning it out onto a DVD.
When going to the browse page - type in Orson Welles and to the right of the search button in the little drop down click on -exact- and hit search,
there are 38 entries for Welles which can be downloaded.
Around the world 1955
Welles over Europe 2009
Shadowing the third man ect.