Huw Edwards was born in Wales and studied at Cardiff University. He joined the BBC in 1984 and two years later was BBC Wales' Parliamentary Correspondent. Three years after that, Huw was on national TV presenting the 6 O'Clock News and then in 2003 he took over as anchor on The 10 O'Clock News.
During this time Huw would continue to cover Royal events such as Trooping The Colour and The State Opening of Parlaiment.
As a Political Correspondent for the BBC, he would also be at the forefront of election campaigns and parliamentry debates.
Huw has reported on a wide range of subjects and with his close ties to the country of his birth, Hue is often covering programmes which hold particular interest to him. He has a keen interest in Welsh history, religion, music (he plays piano) and the Welsh language of which he is a native speaker.