2 of 3 might be right after all - the list of people is pretty identical with the credits at the end of the DVD. The DVD came out in 2004 but the period of time covered ends round about 1987 (the 20th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper).
All in all, I can only recommend this "oeuvre" to the likes of King Monkey and the Gasman. Not only from what that jerk says (he does say "Ebony and Ivory" is a joke, I gave it a re-listen) but also from the items of information selected you get the impression that all Macca ever did was "Yesterday" (and perhaps some bits of Sgt. Pepper) and spent most of his time after the split-up becoming a multi-, multi-millionaire (they don't let on how) and getting caught in stupid drug busts. Nothing is said about the music, except for that bit about "Ebony and Ivory" and about "Mull of Kintyre" being terribly "hackneyed" and that Wings changed line-ups like other people would their socks and no one even remembered any of the countless people having at one time or another formed part of the group except perhaps for Denny Laine (again, very generous detail, that). A right anti-Macca feast