Rather it's a cynical and melancholy journey of a 73-yr old erudite Englishman fascinated with evoking culturally and sexually the 18th century young male aristocrats and reliving his own youthful jaunts 50 years ago to Italy. Slow development over four DVDs. Not worth the time to view it all!
The DVD leads off with "The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World", a video made in 2000, which was the weakest of the bunch and I did not feel engaged at all. The second video was "The New Wonders of the World", which was better paced and made in 2008. The extras feature two shorter videos: one on "Alexander and the Seven Wonders" and the last one weakly entitled "What did They really look like?" (where the They refers to the seven ancient wonders of the world). These two extras reused a lot of footage from the two main videos.
My conclusion: this is a so-so DVD, which may be worth your while if you had no previous exposure to these fourteen wonders of the world.