Huw Edwards usually presents the 10 o'clock news on BBC One - but for one week he is joining Newsround as a guest presenter!
Here he tells us all about himself.
Where were you born?
Bridgend, South Wales
One sister, a cancer scientist who lives in Melbourne.
Playing football with my three boys, playing the piano, reading novels, jogging, eating in restaurants!
Favourite item of clothing?
My lucky red socks.
How would you spend your perfect Sunday afternoon?
Cycling round the park with my five children and then having a cake and tea.
Our cat, Daisy.
The Berlin Philharmonic...
What are you scared of?
Who/what makes you laugh?
Kingsley Amis, a writer.
What other jobs have you had?
Julie Christie and Spencer Tracy.
Most embarrassing moment?
Reading the Six o'clock news when all the lights went off!
Favourite holiday destination?
Most memorable story?
Mrs Thatcher's downfall
What makes a good story?
Drama, human interest, excitement.
Advice to children who want to get into journalism?
Be confident and never take 'no' for an answer.
Best advice ever given?
What makes you happy?
Being with my family.
What's your biggest ambition?
To stay where I am for some time to come!