Mark Knopfler, the co-founder and legendary frontman of Dire Straits, has announced that he’s ending a chapter of his career while revealing his SiriusXM Volume show, ‘The British Grove Broadcast,’ came to a close last week.

On March 4, 2020, the great British musician, Mark Knopfler had his first series on the radio and premiere show on Volume Channel 106. He celebrated his love of radio, influential artists, and music discovery as he introduces audiences to tracks that they may not have heard before.

Named the show, ‘The British Grove Broadcast,’ after his studio’s name in London, Knopfler has unveiled that the series is the reason why he hasn’t gone to the US to make records for a while. He also said that the radio always was so important for himself with music during an interview about his show.

Most recently, the Instagram team of Mark Knopfler has sadly stated that ‘The British Grove Broadcast’ came to an end with its final episode of the 24-part series.

The team has also released a part from the review of Paul Sexton, who helped produce the shows, in which he said the listeners were able to envisage scenes from the host’s musical upbringing to form a rare picture of his artistic make-up with this series.

Here’s what was said in the recent Instagram post of Mark Knopfler:

“Mark’s SiriusXM Volume show ‘The British Grove Broadcast‘ came to a close last week with its final episode of the 24-part series. Read a review of the series by Paul Sexton, who helped produce the shows, on uDiscover. Link in bio.

‘…listeners were able to envisage scenes from the host’s musical upbringing to form a rare picture of his artistic make-up, and to enjoy low-key, understated vignettes from momentous occasions.'”

You can see the post below and check out the interview of Knopfler about the show here.