January 4, 1998 4:20 pm
The team descend on an immaculate croquet lawn at Trumpeters House in Richmond, Surrey, in search of the remains of one of the most opulent monuments of the Tudor dynasty, Richmond Palace.
January 11, 1998 4:20 pm
The team go to the Somerset levels in search of a 4,000-year-old wooden trackway. The quickest way to get across the marshes that used to exist here in the Bronze and Iron Ages was across wooden walkways. Now the team hope to find evidence of these footbridges.
January 18, 1998 4:20 pm
The team go in search of evidence of the invasion of the Vikings, and its influence on ancient Britain. The team travel to the Orcadian island of Sanday to try to find out whether four mysterious mounds there are evidence of a Viking settlement or even a Viking burial site.
January 25, 1998 4:20 pm
Tony Robinson and the team return to the site of a previous dig in 1998 which unearthed a Roman villa in the Cotswolds. They discover that the villa dates from the very first days of the Roman occupation. Amongst their new finds is an entire, untouched Roman water course.
February 1, 1998 4:20 pm
Time Team goes abroad to tackle one of its most challenging sites. They search for evidence of one of the most enigmatic cultures in the world on the Spanish island of Mallorca. The Beaker people flourished in Europe around 4,000 BC, but there is very little evidence of their civilisation, which is thought to have made the first use of metal.
February 8, 1998 4:20 pm
The team travel to a Shropshire farm house in Aston Eyre and discover the great hall of a medieval manor complex.
February 22, 1998 4:20 pm
The team travel to Downpatrick in Northern Ireland to excavate one of Britain's most important religious sites. Upon Cathedral Hill is the site of the first settlement of St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
March 1, 1998 4:20 pm
In this episode, the 'Time Team' are in Worsall, near Middlesbrough. The archaeology fanatics have just three days to solve the mystery of why the population of a medieval village disappeared into thin air.