Channel 4 is to pay tribute to Amy Winehouse following the singer's death on Saturday.
The broadcaster has announced that it is to screen an updated version of the documentary Amy Winehouse: What Really Happened on Tuesday night, reports Broadcast.
The film, originally compiled by Jacques Peretti in 2008, will investigate how the 27-year-old went from being one of the most talented singers of her generation, to falling into a destructive path which led to her death.
It includes interviews with friends and family, exploring important events in her life from the divorce of her parents to her relationship with Blake Fielder-Civil.
Amy Winehouse: What Really Happened will air on Channel 4 on Tuesday at 11.05pm . It replaces a repeat of Alan Carr: Chatty Man.
4Music will also air one-off special Amy Winehouse: Lost Soul at 8pm tonight.
The ITN Studios production will mix editorial packages charting her life and career with music videos of her biggest hits.