This week, S4C's focus will be on the National Eisteddfod of Wales from the Vale of Glamorgan with full coverage from the festival provided by BBC Cymru Wales. The presenters are gearing up for this greatly-anticipated week to bring the excitement of the event to viewers across the country.
This year, Huw Llywelyn Davies (from Gwaun Cae Gurwen) will be leading the way during the daily ceremonies, with Caryl Parry Jones (from Rhyl) and Nia Roberts (from Benllech) bringing all the competitions to audiences at home. Iolo ap Dafydd (from Llanrwst) will be roaming the field in search of stories, while Rhun ap Iorwerth (from Llandegfan) will be presenting the daily highlights each evening.
After 33 years of presenting the National Eisteddfod for S4C, rugby commentator and presenter Huw Llywelyn Davies will be bowing out after this year's festival.
"I've been extremely lucky to have had so many varied experiences during my career - broadcasting in so many different fields on radio and television. But nothing's given me more pleasure over the years than that first week in August and the annual event of the National Eisteddfod," says Huw.
"It's difficult to believe, but I have presented from the Eisteddfod every year since joining the Corporation in 1979 - Dyffryn Lliw in 1980 was the first. It's odd to think that this will be my last year, but every good thing comes to an end and I will be able to enjoy next year's as a punter!"
This year will be the first time for Nia Roberts to present from the festival for around 10 years and the first time ever for Iolo ap Dafydd to be a part of the team.
"As part of the presentation team at the Vale of Glamorgan National Eisteddfod this year, I will be looking for all sorts of fascinating snippets - probably in a more leisurely manner than the usual haste of news programmes!" says news correspondent Iolo.
The studio will be bursting with special guests, including Archdruid-Elect Christine James and all the main competition winners. Dylan Foster Evans and Dylan Iorwerth will be analysing and celebrating the winning compositions, with expert commentary from the poets Gwyneth Lewis and Meirion Macintyre Huws.
There will also be special evening broadcasts during the week with a round-up of events at the Literary Pavilion.