I'm currently listening to Sky FM Classical on 'Pyradio'! This is where you can download it from https://github.com/coderholic/pyradio but you can download a zip of the repo and install from that. Its home page is at http://www.coderholic.com/pyradio
To install it you will need
python 2.6+/3.2+ &
python-pip, and then its just a straight
'sudo pip install pyradio'
It can be launched from the command-line as it uses ncurses to play in, with
pyradio -h and it displays its help
screen. The sound quality is good, with most of the radio stations being Sky FM or SomaFM. It suggests that you can get
further radio stations at http://www.iheard.com but, when I tried it it was a dead link, seemingly live in 2007 and now
dead! So if you want to add new stations to it then you'll have to take them off my list in the posting of
MPD playlist. It saves its station playlist to
/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyradio/stations.csv, which is very easily readable and easy to change.
Overall its a nice player, but not up to the standard of
ncmpcpp which for me is the gold standard!