Hosted by Sticky TV's Julia Bloore (née Wright) and Jeremy Hollis, this studio-based show was aimed at nine to 13-year-olds, or "tweens". in beTWEEN debuted on commercial-free channel TVNZ 6 in 2008. It ran for 39 episodes, over three years. Presented before a live audience of tweens, each episode covered a different theme, including green issues, technology, bullying, parties, kissing, dating and divorce. Children took control of sections such as Diary Cam and The Beginner's Guide to... .The studio guests included politician Jacinda Ardern and actor Rawiri Paratene.
In this episode of youth show in beTWEEN, model and TV presenter Anna Reeve (née Fitzpatrick) is interviewed about being bullied at school because of her hair loss through alopecia, also known as spot baldness. Kids in the studio confess to bullying, and when they were bullied. Two sisters take on a challenge to be nice to each other for a week, while police officer Dean talks about an anti-bullying school programme called Kia Kaha. Hosted by Julia Bloore (née Wright) and Jeremy Hollis, in betWEEN was presented in front of a live studio audience of nine to 13-year-olds — or "tweens".
Several years before they became leaders of the Labour and National parties, Jacinda Ardern and Simon Bridges got down with youth in this political episode of in beTWEEN. Casually dressed and fresh-faced, Bridges and Ardern discuss why they got into politics with presenters Jeremy Hollis and Julia Bloore (née Wright). Ardern jokes about kicking "Simon in the shins" during discussions. Actor Rawiri Paratene also appears; he says watching elders talk about issues on the marae inspired him to become political early on — at 16, he was in Māori activist group Ngā Tamatoa.