Our coverage in English from the National Eisteddfod in Denbigh 2013

If you're not a Welsh speaker but would like to see results, video highlights, photos and news from the National Eisteddfod in Denbigh which took place between 2-10 August 2013, here are some useful links and information for you.

(Click here for the BBC's Eisteddfod website in Welsh)

Results and video highlights

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Image caption Watch video highlights of the first, second and third

Full results from the Pavilion, including video highlight clips of the top three competitors, and videos of the five main ceremonies, including the Crowning on Monday, the Prose Medal on Wednesday and the Chairing on Friday.

Saturday's results (August 3)

Sunday's results

Monday's results

Tuesday's results

Wednesday's results - day

Wednesday's results - evening

Thursday's results

Friday's results

Saturday's results (August 10)

Pictures from around the Maes

Image caption Ela having fun on the Maes

The week in pictures in our daily galleries from the Eisteddfod.

Saturday's gallery

Sunday's gallery

Monday's gallery

Tuesday's gallery

Wednesday's gallery

Thursday's gallery

Friday's gallery

The final Saturday's gallery

The week in pictures

News from the festival

Here are 's Eisteddfod stories from the week.

Welsh learner of the year finalists

National Eisteddfod: Minorities debate for Gorsedd of the Bards

National Eisteddfod in Denbigh hosts new literary festival for children

Sharleen Spiteri sees partner Bryn Williams honoured at National Eisteddfod

National Eisteddfod: Chair prize withheld from poets

Radio Wales

Radio Wales were broadcasting from the Eisteddfod all week and highlight clips from the shows are here.


You can watch BBC Cymru Wales' live coverage from the Eisteddfod on S4C, with English language subtitles again on Clic.

A guide to the Eisteddfod - what it's all about

To find out what the Eisteddfod is all about, its history and a guide to what's on, visit the the Eisteddfod's official website. It includes all the information you're likely to need about the festival in both English and Welsh, whether you're a seasoned visitor or a first-timer.

Click here to read all about the competitions and ceremonies taking place in the Pavilion, the evening concerts, how to get to the Maes, and more.