While browsing around about problems similar to the problem of Apollonius, I have found references to constructions of all types of circles. For example, not only is it possible to construct a circle tangent to three given circles, but one can construct a circle through any three points, tangent to any three lines, passing through two given points and tangent to a line or circle, passing through a given point and tangent to two given lines or circles, etc. Pretty much any combination of criteria regarding points, lines, and circles, with repetition.
Can we have one of each? I haven't found any resource saying whether it's possible or not to construct a circle through a given point, tangent to a given line, and tangent to a given circle. Is such a construction possible? Thanks.