Cover artist: John Armstrong
- Foul Play (artist John Armstrong, writer Ian Mennell)
- Julie’s Jinx (artist Julian Vivas, writer Nick Allen)
- Pam of Pond Hill (artist Bob Harvey, writer Jay Over)
- The Crayzees (artist Joe Collins)
- First Term at Trebizon (artist Phil Gascoine, writer Anne Digby)
- The Button Box (artist Mario Capaldi, writer Alison Christie, sub-writer Linda Stephenson)
- Fashion Flashback – feature (Ray Mutimer)
- My Terrible Twin (artist Juliana Buch)
- Fun Time – feature
- Swansea Jack (artist Douglas Perry, writer Linda Stephenson)
- Queen Rider (artist Eduardo Feito, writer A. D. Langholm aka Alan Davidson)
- Warm as Toast! Feature (Mari L’Anson)
The issue for 21 January 1984 has been chosen for 1984 in the conclusion to Tammy round robin.
Foul Play is unusual for being a non-Bella story drawn by John Armstrong. Katie Johnson received a serious hand injury during a hockey match. Her friends and family are convinced one of her own team mates deliberately caused it because they had always resented her. Katie doesn’t believe a word of it, but now someone is doing nasty things against the team. This week one gets her room vandalised and another gets her heart broken over a hoax call that her father was going to visit. Katie takes on the job of unravelling the mystery, and it must begin with the heartbreaking task of investigating her own friends and family as suspects.
My Terrible Twin is being reprinted by popular demand. The episode this week has already been discussed here, so we will move on.
In Pam of Pond Hill, a flu strain is causing chaos in town. It only seems to target the adults, which is giving the kids a bit of a free rein at home and school. But it’s not all fun for Pam. Cherry Laurence, the big-headed bully bossyboots who was unwisely appointed as a prefect, has now been put in charge of her form!
Tammy had always been running TV and book adaptations but now she is running two at once: The First Term at Trebizon and Queen Rider. Both the authors are former writers for IPC girls’ titles.
This week’s Button Box tale is a rags-to-riches story that centres on the Mexican art of dressing fleas. Swansea Jack, probably the last story Douglas Perry drew for Tammy, gives us the story of Swansea Jack, the dog who gave his name to a tavern by saving the lives of children at the docks of Swansea.
Julie Lee (who keeps her Romany background secret) gives her friend Gloria a Romany charm, but her horse has been acting strangely ever since. A nasty girl is spreading a rumour it is a bad luck charm. Julie is trying to find a way to deal with the problem quietly while not knowing what to make of it herself. Is the gift really “Julie’s Jinx”?