The singer will be featured on a new compilation titled Amy Winehouse at the BBC, according to The Sun.
The multi-disc set includes a compilation featuring 14 of Winehouse's live tracks curated by Jools Holland.
A BBC session performance given by Winehouse at Portchester Hall in summer 2007 also features, in addition to concert documentary Amy Winehouse: The Day She Came To Dingle, which was recently broadcast on BBC Four to mark the first anniversary of her death.
The compilation also includes interviews, previously-unseen footage of the singer and alternate versions of tracks from Winehouse's two studio albums Frank and Back to Black.
Proceeds from the box set will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which was set up by the late singer's family in the wake of her death in July 2011.
The Foundation also benefited from sales of Lioness: Hidden Treasures, a rarities compilation which was released last winter.
Watch Amy Winehouse performing 'Back to Black ' at Portchester Hall below (contains strong language):
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