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Python 3 code to archive franceculture.com radio shows as "YYYY-MM-DD-FRCULTURE-[Show] - [Title].mp3" files; usage: frculture <URL>. Only one URL at a time for now, and no progress bar, but downloads are usually very quick.
# !/usr/local/bin/python3
# coding: utf8
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup # pip install BeautifulSoup4
import os
import re
import sys
import urllib.request
u = sys.argv[1]
p = BeautifulSoup(urllib.request.urlopen(u), 'html.parser')
# compose filename
# ----------------
# part of page to scrape
b = p.find('button', attrs = {'class': 'replay-button'})
# show title
t = b.get('title').strip().replace('Réécouter ', '')
t = re.sub(':|/', '-', t)
# show name
n = b.get('data-asset-surtitle')
# show date
d = b.get('data-asset-source')
d = re.sub('(.*?)(\d{2}).(\d{2}).(\d{4})(.*)', '\\4-\\3-\\2', d)
# filename
f = d + "-FRCULTURE-" + n + " - " + t + '.mp3'
# get URL
# -------
# show file (.mp3)
u = b.get('data-asset-source')
print('[<<] ' + u)
print('[>>] ' + f)
print('[in] ' + os.getcwd())
# download
# --------
h = urllib.request.urlopen(u)
with open(f, 'wb') as output:
output.write(h.read())
# kthxbye
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