Huw Edwards is set to host this year's Fleet News Awards.
The awards, which take place on March 15 at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane in London, which recognises the best of the fleet industry.
Edwards anchors Britain's most popular TV news bulletin, BBC’s Ten O'Clock News. He also led the commentary of the spectacular opening ceremony at the London Olympics, watched by a record 27 million viewers in the UK alone.
Originally a Parliamentary correspondent, Edwards has since won a BAFTA award, made a cameo appearance in the Bond movie Skyfall and commentated on Barack Obama’s inauguration from a Washington rooftop.
He has interviewed presidents, prime ministers and major figures in all areas of public life.
Our comedian for 2017, Adam Hills, is one of Australia’s most talented comedians. His upbeat, energetic comedy and rampant spontaneity have won rave reviews.
Hills has become one of the highlights of the Edinburgh Fringe, with sold-out houses for his most recent offering. He is the host of Channel 4’s topic comedy show The Last Leg.
More than 1,000 guests have already secured their seat at the black tie awards ceremony, which represents the pinnacle of fleet achievement.