An Ekco type A22 radio manufactured by E.K. Cole of Southend-on-Sea in 1945. This model has a 360-degree tuning dial, the case is of 'Walnut' bakelite and it has a 'Florentine bronze' loud speaker surround. This was the last of a series of five round designs by E.K. Cole, the first one, the AD-65, having been designed by architect Wells Coates in 1932. In 1945 the A22 was shown in a moulded green cabinet, a one-off non-standard colour produced specially for the Britain Can Make It exhibition.