Lizzie Greenwood joined the team in December 2001. During her time with the show she's covered loads of stories around the world including the Venice film festival and a NR extra in Antarctica.
Here she tells us all about herself.
Date of Birth?
Two sisters - Tanya and Sarah
Hockey, horse-riding, snow-boarding, walking - basically anything outside in the fresh air! I also like painting and drawing, looking after my rabbits and doing-up my flat.
Favourite item of clothing
DJ Paul Oakenfold
How would you spend your perfect Sunday afternoon?
Getting up mid morning, watching Hollyoaks then a game of hockey, followed by a huge fry-up. Reading the Sunday papers, a walk and then a country pub meal in the evening
My horse Rosie and then in second place my pet rabbit Curtis
What are you scared of?
Who/what makes you laugh?
There's a writer called Anna Maxted who wrote a book called 'Getting over it'. I laughed so much when I read the book that I was continually being asked by people on tubes and trains what I was reading!
What other jobs have you had?
I've worked in TV for quite a few years so I've had loads but I started as an assistant to a film director called Peter Kosminsky
The Shawshank Redemption
Steak and real chips
Most embarrassing moment?
When I had a coughing fit in the middle of a NR bulletin. I had to drink some water but I still couldn't speak properly
Favourite holiday destination?
For cold and snow - Sunshine Village, Banff. For hot - Knysna, South Africa
Most memorable news story you've reported on?
Global warming in Antarctica
What makes a good NR story?
One that is interesting, unusual and definitely fun
Advice to children who want to get into journalism?
Keep across the stories in Newspapers and on TV. Ask lots of questions about the world and current affairs and practise writing stories as if you were the reporter
Best advice ever given?
Not to give up!
What makes you happy?
Sport - watching & playing
My digital radio
What's your biggest ambition?