The default Ubuntu music player, RhythmBox, supports internet radio station streaming. It has only a small collection of stations listed by default. Further stations can be added by entering the station’s URL one-by-one. Searching for internet radio stations is not supported by the application itself.
RadioTry-NG uses a panel
icon to manage playing of radio stations and includes a radio station
bookmark editor. For bulk additions the entries can be added into the
yq package (Section 17.35) can be used
iradio entries and the relevant fields from the
/~/.local/share/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml file as illustrated in
Stations can be sampled at http://www.radio-browser.info/ and their corresponding URLs and other meta-data is available when you click on the station name. Another source of stations is the Internet Radio.
A list of streams is also available from the Australian government’s publicly funded and highly respected Australian Broadcasting Corporation whith other information available from https://radio.abc.net.au/help/streams.
Below are some stations that may be of interest. Copy the links and paste into your internet radio player:
- David Bowie: http://streams.80s80s.de/bowie/mp3-192/streams.80s80s.de/play.pls
- Pink Floyd: https://stream.vagalume.fm/hls/1498583990653093/aac.m3u8
The Australian ABC Stations:
- ABC News: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/news_radio.pls
- ABC Radio National: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/radio_national.pls
- ABC Classic FM: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/classic_fm.pls
- ABC Classic 2: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/classic_two.pls
- ABC Jazz: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/abc_jazz.pls
- ABC Country: http://www.abc.net.au/res/streaming/audio/mp3/abc_country.pls
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