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The Miss Jinny Show <http://www.missjinny.com/> is an online radio show 
that highlights goth, dark electronica and industrial techno.  It can be 
heard on Monday nights from 9pm until 11pm.  The show regularly features 
guests.

Natasha's Batcave can be heard on TotalRock <http://www.totalrock.com/> 
every Wednesday from 6pm until 9pm.  The show plays gothic rock, 
deathrock and industrial metal.  It's repeated every Sunday from 3am 
until 6am.  It is also normally available on Sky Digital channel 938, 
although not at present.

Nemesis To Go <http://www.nemesis.to/go.htm> is the webzine of 
London-based Uncle Nemesis.  Covering his "misadventures in modern 
music," it has a stack of witty live reviews, album reviews and more.  
Similiarly, The Mick <http://www.mickmercer.com/themick.html> provides 
an eclectic mix of old and new reviews, and is written by Mick Mercer.

StarVox Music Zine <http://www.starvox.net/> has been a popular resource 
for goth, deathrock and alternative music fans for many years.  Although 
StarVox has now closed its doors, all the old material is still 
available.

For the goth on the move, there are a number of downloadable podcasts 
from UK DJs:

  * Dark Assimilation <http://www.darkassimilation.org/>

  * thirteen13's podcast <http://www.clickcaster.com/thirteen13>

  * TWF Magazine podcast <http://www.clickcaster.com/kev36663>

There is a large number of electronic mailing lists for goths within 
different regions; many of these are listed on netgoth.org.uk.  There 
are also lists for band followings and some other quite diverse subjects 
-- gothic parenting for example!

If you're a goth band or promoter, you may be interested in the UK 
Promoters list <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UKpromoters/>.  It's a 
good way to get in touch with others for advice on gigs and touring.

It's also worth mentioning that an awful lot of goths seem to keep a 
LiveJournal <http://www.livejournal.com/>.  LiveJournal is an online 
diary ("blog") and social networking tool, and is remarkably addictive.  
(Sometimes it can be entertaining; at other times it is more akin to 
watching a car crash in slow motion.)

MySpace <http://www.myspace.com/> dwarfs even LiveJournal; it provides 
similar blogging services, but has a greater focus around viewing 
pictures and meeting new people.  It is perhaps best known for its 
music-sharing facilities, and has been recommended as a way to discover 
new bands.

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