Jamie Oliver is to be the subject of a "This is Your Life"-style show on Channel 4.
The 43-year-old celebrity cook - who shot to fame on his BBC TV show "The Naked Chef" in 1999 - will be celebrated with a programme which will be presented by Davina McCall and go behind the scenes at his house.
A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column: "Jamie's good pal Davina will sit down with him for a cosy chat about the highs and lows of his career.
"It will be charted with photos, news clips and interviews with a host of stars and old friends as well as special messages from those he has met along the way."
The one-off special, which is expected to air on Channel 4 later this year, will also feature unique access to his wife Jools, 44, and their five kids, Poppy, 17, Daisy, 16, Petal, 10, Buddy, eight, and two-year-old River.
While Jamie has tasted plenty of success with various TV shows, including "Jamie's Ministry of Food", over the years, he recently admitted juggling his business empire left him feeling "sad for a bit too long".
He said: "I think I'm generally known for being very optimistic, bubbly and definitely glass half full.
"But one day I felt sad. And for a bit too long. It wasn't depression but I was a bit stupid. I wasn't sleeping much.
"I'd get home, see my wife Jools, cook a dinner. Then she would fall asleep because she's a mum, but I'm wired.
"The phone is pinging. Ping ping. I was going to bed at 1am consistently and getting up at 4am or 5am. It caught up with me."