Sen. Charles Robb, D-Va., fighting allegations about his social life that will be aired in an upcoming television show, has retained lawyers and told aides to tell his side of the story before the broadcast, The Washington Post reported Friday.

NBC's Sunday night program "Expose" is scheduled to include a segment titled "The Senator's Secrets" expanding on previous reports that Robb, while governor of Virginia from 1982-86, attended parties where drugs were present. The broadcast also reportedly adds to allegations Robb had an affair with a former Miss Vir-ginia/USA, the newspaper said.An NBC producer told the Post that the program also deals with efforts by Robb and his aides to suppress the reports.