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L’Atelier Photo – le podcast créatif – Episode 6

Invitée : Cécile, du blog au Fil rouge

Podcast #6 - Cécile - au Fil rouge

Dans cet épisode, je reçois Cécile, créatrice du blog au Fil rouge.

Depuis 2007, Cécile partage, sur son blog au Fil rouge, ses nombreuses passions : couture, broderie, brocante, et maintenant aquarelle. Avec des photographies toujours soignées, elle met en scène ses créations et nous donne, à nous aussi, envie de tout faire. Pour elle, la photographie est l’aboutissement du processus créatif. Je ne saurais mieux dire !

Bonne écoute !

 

NOTES DE L’EMISSION

Le blog de Cécile : http://aufilrouge.canalblog.com/
Son compte Instagram :  https://www.instagram.com/aufilrouge/
MATERIEL :  APN hybride CANON EOS M50 & Iphone
Applis de montages citées dans l’épisode : PhotoCollage, Canva
Filtres Instagram utilisés par Cécile : Juno et Ludwig
Cours de dessin suivi par Cécile : https://www.apprendre-a-dessiner.org/
INSPIRATION : 
Mary – Un fil sur la toile (Instagram)
Isabelle – Isabelle m ou Des bouts de nous (blog)
Corine – il était temps (blog)
Instagram
Couture:  byangelmelie
Anti conventionnel : constance au pays de bambi
Aquarelle : mines et couleurs

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  1. An award-winning broadcaster has told a court she was devastated by a ‘completely transphobic’ video posted online by an ex-BBC Radio DJ accused of stalking former colleagues and TV star Jeremy
    Vine.Stephanie Hirst, who took over Alex Belfield’s slot
    at Radio Leeds seven years after he left, said she believes videos, emails and
    tweets posted by him after her transition had been ‘targeted’ abuse.Giving evidence against Belfield, who denies
    stalking Ms Hirst after sending her a critical message
    in 2017, she said she had been ‘basically slated, parodied, for no reason at all’.The former Radio Aire, Minster FM, Hallam FM, Capital, BBC Radio Leeds
    and BBC Radio Manchester presenter told Nottingham Crown Court she had only met Belfield in person once, at
    a theatre in West Yorkshire in around 2010. Stephanie Hirst said she believes videos,
    emails and tweets posted by Belfield after her gender transition had been ‘targeted’ abuseCommenting on Belfield’s emails, tweets and videos, Ms Hirst said he became
    ‘very negative and very anti-me, very transphobic
    in the language’ when she joined BBC Radio Leeds in 2018.’Tweets, lots of them, came my way,’ she told the court.Ms Hirst,
    who also works as a public speaker, added: ‘One of the major upsetting things in all of
    this is it’s a fellow broadcaster.’It’s from
    someone who is meant to be in your corner.

    He was trying to kick me whilst I was trying to claw my way
    back up.’He was banging a drum like Animal from The Muppets
    – ‘You shouldn’t hire her, get her off the station’.’In April 2018,
    the court heard, a video was uploaded to YouTube by Belfield
    days after Ms Hirst gave an interview about her transition to Pink
    News.Referring to the video, which was shown to the jury, Ms Hirst
    said: ‘It was completely transphobic, targeted towards me…

    just all of it is a parody of me.’Ms Hirst said she
    was aghast that Belfield was aggrieved at the fact he had been removed from a show in 2011 and had contacted her seven years later.
    Jeremy Vine begun giving evidence in the trial of
    former BBC Radio Leeds presenter Alex Belfield (right) last week. 
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    The complainant added: ‘What has that got to do with me in 2018?
    I have done nothing wrong – not one single thing
    wrong.’I found some strength to be my true self… and for it I was basically slated, parodied for no reason at all.’Asked how the messages, including emails
    to her managers sent while she was broadcasting, had made her feel, Ms Hirst said:
    ‘It kicks you in the stomach and tears you apart because it’s a fellow broadcaster who understood fundamentally
    the emotions that you go through on the air.’You give your
    all as a broadcaster.’To have someone who
    works in the industry tear you apart and share that, and ‘Cc’ in the
    powers that be whilst you are trying to claw your way back as a broadcaster is
    devastating.’It gets inside your head.

    It was just devastating.’Asked by prosecutor John McGuinness QC to tell the jury
    about the effect of Belfield’s emails, videos and tweets since 2018,
    Ms Hirst replied: ‘I have been publicly ridiculed.’He seems to think that I replaced him.’I didn’t.

    There were two or three other presenters in between and seven or eight years.
    Belfield taking a selfie outside Nottingham Crown Court
    before an earlier court appearance ‘It’s degrading.

    It made me feel worthless. It’s a constant soundtrack
    inside your mind. I have had nothing but support
    from the general public – the British public
    – and all of my friends and family.’Adding that she had received ‘virtually zero hate’ from others, she said: ‘The only person was the defendant who was constantly finding fault.’It was constant – there was
    no escape from it.

    It was heartbreaking.’Belfield’s trial has heard he repeatedly posted or sent
    mocking and abusive social media messages, videos
    and emails after his one-year contract was not renewed by BBC Radio Leeds in 2011.Prosecutors allege the 42-year-old caused serious alarm or distress to Channel 5
    and BBC Radio 2 presenter Mr Vine, Ms Hirst, BBC Radio Northampton’s Bernie Keith, and five others.Mr Vine gave evidence
    to the jury last week, describing Belfield as ‘the Jimmy Savile of trolling’ and saying the YouTuber’s output was
    ‘like swimming in sewage.’Belfield, of Mapperley, Nottingham,
    denies eight counts of stalking allegedly committed between 2012-2021.During questioning of a
    police witness following Ms Hirst’s evidence, Belfield said the trial is ‘about free speech’ and alleged officers had pushed
    their way into his home and ‘stolen’ his property, including a laptop, phone
    and a microphone.

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