Dear ptcaffey, jeff wilson, marcoshark, and mteal: If my memory is intact, Camera Three was an educational program, grounded in the Arts, sponsored by the New York School System or NEA, some institution of that sort, which played early on Saturday or Sunday mornings for decades. Very simply but solidly done, it won bushels of Emmys.
In connection with the Welles' program, I happened to notice that Camera Three did one on Bernard Herrmann, which The Bernard Herrmann Society picked up. The program is only an half hour -- must be toward the end of its tenure -- but it was narrated by another great film composer, David Raksin, who composed the score for LAURA.
Not much about Welles, but a couple of anecdotes concerning Herrmann. Here is the URL of the Transcript:
While on the subject, I might also note the passing of distinguished English reporter, Alistair Cooke, who was the host of Omnibus on TV from 1951 on, for ten years or so. It was the kind of TV program that Welles tried to champion in his own early work for the medium.