I am a little surprised that this information has not gone up already - perhaps it has and I have missed it. If so, sorry and remove this thread.
The February Classic FM Magazine continues the mag's new policy of offering complete works, many of great quality from the past. This time it is Tchaikovsky, a 2-CD set with :
1812 Overture - Minneapolis, Dorati (stereo version from 1958) - OK, I know we all scorn this, but I like it once a decade.
Piano Concerto 1 - Cliburn, Kondrashin - well-known classic
Violin Concerto - Ferras, PO, Silvestri - so much better than the Karajan version of a few years later. Silvestri's direction is wonderful.
There are also Dorati's Capriccio Italien and a completely obscure Nutcracker suite that I have not listened to yet; it is conducted by one Pietro Garda.
The real find for me is the Ferras. The slow movement is quite exceptional. The £5 for the mag (not really on our level, I feel - snob, snob!) is well worth shelling out for this alone.