This a Pye Cambridge Model
1101 with Long, Medium, 2 Short and 5 Bandspead Shortwave bands
reflecting growing interest in what was going on in the rest
of the world.
It has 5 valves and was made
for "universal" mains in 1963.
The term "universal"
by then was a bit of a fraud and had long been so as DC mains
were pretty rare if not long gone by 20 years! But a universal
set had no mains transformer and as such could be manufactured
for a lot less money than its AC equivalent. The downside was
that they were not particularly safe; at least in theory. Nowadays
a set like this would be verboten as it would not pass stringent
modern safety regulations. Is this because people aren't as clever
as they used to be? Maybe so.