I recall the strip just being headed - Joy Shelton. At the time I hardly knew of her - I was very young and because it was rather a seemingly serious story strip with a lot of prose involved I hardly ever bothered to read it, at the time being more concerned with the "funnies". But what I do remember is the headline illustration of her and it was always of her in a shadowy kind of atmosphere and wearing a headscarf in a fashion now rarely seen but popular back then, basically just folded into a triangular shape and then worn over the head by tying a simple knot under the chin. She may have been under a street lamp in the rain ? I have a feeling she was some kind of detective? Again all this is very vague now.
I have found that around that time she was playing the wife of PC 49, a very popular police series which my mother liked and I also remember listening to with Brian Reece as PC 49.
But I dont recall anything of PC 49 in that comic strip and it was definitely called "Joy Shelton" - not PC 49.
All this is very vague now but if anyone can throw any light on all this it would be most welcome.
Around the same time I recall one of the comic strips being Sexton Blake but that might have been Film Fun and not Radio Fun. I'm not sure.