UK network Channel 5 on Sunday will premiere a new documentary on the life of Freddie Mercury.

Freddie Mercury: Who Wants to Live Forever focuses on two of the most important years in the Queen frontman's life, from “the band's iconic performance at the Live Aid concert in 1985 to his diagnosis with AIDS in 1987.”

“The program examines [Mercury's] struggles to keep his private life out of the tabloids and to continue recording music in the face of his failing health,” the show's description reads.

The documentary also features an exclusive interview with chauffeur and bodyguard Terry Giddings, who speaks out for the first time.

Mercury died 25 years ago on November 24, 1991.

Other projects in the works include a new book, Somebody to Love: The Life, Death and Legacy of Freddie Mercury, which comes out Tuesday – PEOPLE ran an excerpt this week – and a feature film, Bohemian Rhapsody, with Mr. Robot star Rami Malek portraying Mercury.