The $45 million campaign will cost $15 million a year over three years and is aimed at getting across
this message: Wood is a reusable resource from forests that are more in abundance now than they were a century ago.
I don't know who you are!" As the celebrated New Yorker noticed that he wasn't getting across
, he recovered with the helpless joke, "Well, then maybe you know my wife, she is an artist too and she also lives in New York!" To which Roth replied by merely shaking his head.
The former chancellor, who said securing a No vote in September was "the most important thing I've done in my political life", added: "We are absolutely clear the arguments we're getting across
are resonating with people."
The problem of getting across
a complex message also surfaced when poll participants identified major issues in external communication:
the message of looking after the planet is something the BBC should always be concerned with and gardening is the sharp end of that.
We thought using lots of different dogs was a charming and humorous way of getting across
the fact that there's a model of VW for everybody." Cllr Graham Rees, Conwy's Cabinet member for Tourism, Marketing And Leisure, said: "We are very lucky in Conwy to be surrounded by such fabulous scenery, and I'm not surprised that film crews regularly choose to film in the area.
A child could fall off and badly injure itself and getting across
the road to access the slip way is like playing Russian roulette with cars.
Councillor Nigel Howells, who was part of the judging panel, added: "It's good that the message is getting across
to the children that dog mess and anti-social behaviour is disgusting.
There is a job to do getting across
the good news to parents about the education on offer for our children.
James Niven, a German short-haired pointer called Lola, try to stop displaced people getting across
the Channel from France into Britain.
"I couldn't really take in the surroundings in the end because I was just concentrating on getting across
the finishing line," he said.
Mr Hague said: "We all have a role to play in getting across
the message of road safety.