The BBC will mark 10 years since the death of Amy Winehouse with a one-off documentary uncovering "the real Amy".
Winehouse, known for songs including 'Back To Black' and 'Rehab', died of alcohol poisoning, aged 27, at her home in Camden in north London on July 23, 2011.
The documentary will feature interviews with her mother Janis Winehouse as well as previously unseen footage from the Winehouse family collection, plus BBC archive content.
Janis lives with multiple sclerosis, a brain condition that can lead to memory loss, and she hopes that by taking part in the project she can make a permanent record showing a different side to her daughter.
Family and close friends of the singer will also help to chart her ascent from north London jazz singer to international star.
The BBC says the documentary, which has the working title of Amy Winehouse: 10 Years On, will offer a "new female-driven interpretation of her life, her loves and her legacy".
A previous documentary about the singer's life, Asif Kapadia's 2015 feature, won the Oscar for best documentary feature but was heavily criticised by Winehouse's father, who described it as a "sham".
Former taxi driver and jazz singer Mitch Winehouse claimed the film left out positive aspects of his daughter's life, including her clothes designing and charity work.
The BBC is also planning to mark the anniversary of her death across television, iPlayer and BBC Sounds with special programmes highlighting her influence on the next generation of female singer-songwriters and rebroadcasts of some of her most memorable performances.
Dov Freedman, executive producer for production company Curious Films, said:
Max Gogarty and Rachel Davies, commissioning editors, said: "promises to be a celebratory and intimate portrayal of one of the brightest musical talents the UK has ever seen. Whilst being a celebration of her musical genius and featuring rare and unheard performances, it will also offer a reinterpretation of the prevailing narrative around her rise and fall, told by those closest to her."