- Concrete Surfer (artist Christine Ellingham, writer Pat Mills)
- Sue’s Fantastic Fun-Bag! (artist Hugh Thornton-Jones)
- Two Mothers for Maggie (artist Jim Baikie)
- Alley Cat (artist Rob Lee)
- Waking Nightmare (artist Phil Townsend)
- The Zodiac Prince (artist Trini Tinturé)
- The Cat ‘n’ Mouse story – feature
- Cliff Richard – feature
- Paula’s Puppets (artist Julian Vivas)
- Shadow on the Fen (artist Douglas Perry)
- Shooting Stars! – feature
- A Day I Won’t Forget! (competition story, writer Alison Owens, spot illustration artist unknown)
- Darling Clementine (artist Richard Neillands, writer Alison Christie)
- Just Joking
- Rinty ‘n’ Jinty – cartoon
- Pick Up a Potato! – Feature
“I need air!” Jean thinks at how her aunt and uncle are fawning and fussing over her smarmy cousin when she dresses up for the theatre. Barf bags might be in order too. Blechh!
Spotty Muchloot’s put in charge of minding his dad’s prize sunflowers, but he prefers to mess with Alley Cat. The results are the sunflowers coming a cropper and Spotty being kicked out of the house. Now wishing you’d stuck to the sunflowers, Spotty?
In “Waking Nightmare”, Phil plunges even deeper into the nightmare when Carol takes another strange turn, causing her to take a nasty plunge over some hills. What’s more, Carol’s conduct has caused Phil to lose her suitcase and most of her money on a bus. That would be a vital clue to anyone looking for them.
Can “Paula’s Puppets” be used for good when they’ve only been used for revenge so far? This week, Paula puts it to the test. She uses their power to see if it gets Lindy, who’s in a coma because of it, to recover. But Paula doesn’t realise that while she’s doing it, one of her enemies is spying on her.
Meanwhile, Ella succeeds in bringing Clem out of her coma despite Val Lester’s tricks to stop her. Will she finally be able to prove it was Val and not her who was responsible for Clem’s accident?
Sue wishes she and her friends are on Cloud 9. Oh dear, watch what you wish for when your fun-bag’s around, Sue!
“Two Mothers for Maggie” reaches its penultimate episode. Maggie goes all out to help Miss Keyes make a go of the rundown theatre she’s bought over, and the results are promising. But what’s Mum, who’s never liked Miss Keyes, going to say about her return? And so the stage is set for the final episode.
In “Shadow on the Fen”, our protagonists clash with hoons, and things get worse when the Witchfinder recruits their help to destroy the witch ball, which is their protection against him. He fails this time, but he’ll try again, of course.
The Zodiac Prince and Shrimp decide to move – only it looks like they’re moving on straight into more trouble. The Zodiac Prince looks like he’s about to run someone over!