Classic Doctors protest over the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary.

Actors who played the Doctor in the classic years of Doctor Who appear to have been on protest over their apparent omission in the 50th Anniversary special?

Earlier today, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy were seen outside BBC Television Centre in London holding up some interesting banners.

The banners read: “No Classics? No 50th!” and “Have a heart, Classic Doctors want a part!”

It is currently unknown if this is this genuine, or a clever publicity stunt to build anticipation for the big occasion.

There have also been suggestions that it could be a special clip or DVD extra as the event was being filmed.

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TBH they should have been in this. I know that some have some image issues Fine. That said some of this could be taken care of digitally. The complete omission is just a travesty.
 
you can't just bring back 2 doctors for a 50th special.1) 1 2 and 3 can be brought back using archive footage 2) if every other living doctor would do it then 
 
... then they should consider bringing back all 11 doctors!
 
I hope it's just for publicity. BTW, did anyone noticed Lauren Cooper= Catherine Tate= Donna Noble in the background? Oh Donna! 
 
And now that we know Davison is in DW50 (in some capacity), isn't there a chance that in this humorously staged little "protest", that our beloved 7th may also have some news to convey?
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