Definition of «backwards»

Backward or Backwards is a relative direction.

Backwards or Sdrawkcab (the word "backwards" with its letters reversed) may also refer to:

"Backwards" (Red Dwarf), episode of sci-fi TV sitcom Red Dwarf

Backwards (novel), a novel based on the episode

Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia, 1984 American TV programme

"Backwards" (Rascal Flatts song), a 2006 country music song on Me and My Gang

"Backwards", a song by Apartment 26 from the Mission: Impossible 2 (soundtrack)

Backmasking, a recording technique in which a sound or message is recorded backward onto a track that is meant to be played forward.

"Sdrawkcab", an episode of Season 2 of Dexter's Laboratory (Wikipedia)

Backwards (novel)

Backwards is the fourth Red Dwarf novel. It is set on the fictional backwards universe version of Earth.

The novel was written by Rob Grant on his own. It follows on directly from the second Grant Naylor novel, Better Than Life, ignoring Last Human (which was written by Doug Naylor). As well as continuing the general conceit from the episode Backwards, it contains minor elements from the episode Dimension Jump, and all of the plot from Gunmen of the Apocalypse.

An audiobook of Backwards was also produced, read by the author.

(Wikipedia)

Backwards (Red Dwarf)

"Backwards" is the first episode of science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf Series III, and the thirteenth in the series run. It premiered on the British television channel BBC2 on 14 November 1989. Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, and directed by Ed Bye, the episode has the crew travel to an alternate Earth where time runs backwards.

The episode marks the first regular appearances of Robert Llewellyn's Kryten, Hattie Hayridge's version of Holly, the new spaceship Starbug, better production values, and a change in direction of story themes that would cement the show's cult status. The story was later reformulated as a novel by the same name. The episode was re-mastered, along with the rest of the first three series, in 1998. (Wikipedia)
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