"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle" was a BBC TV series of 13 episodes based on non-sherlockian short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle. The TV series was also known under the title "The Short Stories of Conan Doyle" or "Conan Doyle".
The 50-minutes episodes were written by John Hawkesworth (the future writer of the Jeremy Brett series between 1984-1994 for Granada TV).
The episodes varied from horror, medical to boxing stories. A connecting thread ran through the series in the form of three university students around whom each of the stories was centered : Philip Hardacre  (Michael Latimer), Tom Crabbe  (Keith Buckley) and Monkhouse Lee  (Christopher Matthews).
Series producer was Harry Moore, the concept being created by John Hawkesworth.
||Lot 249, A Horrific Tale
||Lot No. 249 (1892)
||The Croxley Master, A Heroic Tale
||The Croxley Master (1899)
||The Chemistry of Love, A Romantic Tale
||A Physiologist's Wife (1890)
||The Lift, A Desperate Tale
||The Lift (1922)
||Crabbe's Practice, A Comic Tale
||Crabbe's Practice (1884)
||The Willow House School, A Mysterious Tale
||The Story of the Latin Tutor (1899)
||The Brown Hand, A Fantastic Tale
||The Story of the Brown Hand (1899)
||The Mystery of Cader Ifan, A Tragic Tale
||The Surgeon of Gaster Fell (1890)
||The New Catacomb, A Scandalous Tale
||The New Catacomb (1898)
||Redhanded, A Bloody Tale
||The Story of B 24 (1899)
||The Black Doctor, A Strange Tale
||The Story of the Black Doctor (1898)
||The Beetle Hunter, A Mysterious Tale
||The Story of the Beetle Hunter (1898)
||Playing with Fire, A Haunted Tale
||Playing with Fire (1900)