Hugh Bonneville and Twenty Twelve in Canary Wharf
The top brass of London's Olympic organisers were out and about in Canary Wharf today, although Lord Coe was nowhere to be seen.
Rather it was left to actors Hugh Bonneville and Karl Theobald to carry the, ahem, torch as they filmed scenes for the BBC comedy TwentyTwelve in One Canada Square.
The mockumentary-style show details the challenges facing the fictional Olympic Deliverance Commission - based in Canary Wharf.
Any resemblance to the real-life Games organisers Locog - also based in Canary Wharf - are purely coincidental.
Bonneville, most familiar to TV audiences in his role as Earl of Grantham in Downtown Abbey, plays beleaguered head of deliverance Ian Fletcher, while Theobald is the hapless head of infrastructure Graham Hitchins.
The second series of Twenty Twelve should air on the BBC early next year. It also stars, among others, Jessica Hynes and Olivia Colman.