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CLI Player and notifier for radio paradise

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Radio Paradise player and notifier

Radio paradise:

This program plays radio paradise's stream from cli and send notifications on what's currently playing using your desktop notification system.

This is tested (and certainly working only) under linux.


  • Launch the program in command line with

$ paradise_player

  • or the shortcut

$ rpp

  • it will start to play the steam and send notification when song changes.

  • Ctrl+C to stop it


$ pip install paradise_player

or clone the repository from github and run

$ python install


config file is stored in ~/.config/paradise_player/config.cfg

see file config_sample.cfg for all configuration parameters.


  • This program requires notify-send on your system.

For archlinux, install libnotify:

$ sudo pacman -S libnotify

  • It also requires a notification server, generally built-in if you use 'big' desktop environments like gnome or kde.

Alternatively, you can use dunst (

  • playing the radio stream is configurable, vlc is used by default. you can use ffplay (from ffmpeg), mplayer, or any cli player capable of playing http streams.

  • of course this program requires python 3+ installed in your system.


Inspired by



  • improved data queries using an offset available in config


First version available:

  • plays RP using the choosen player in configuration
  • notify using notify-send

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